Georgian and Portuguese villages become twin towns
18 March, 2017
Georgia’s village of Shilda and Portugal’s village of Cuba have signed an agreement of cooperation. The information was spread by the Office of the Governor of Kakheti, Georgia’s eastern region. Irakli Kadagishvili , the Governor of the Kakheti Region met with João Português ,the Mayor of the Portuguese village.

As reported, within the framework of the agreement, the villages of the two countries will cooperate in the fields of economy, culture, education and self-governance. It is noteworthy that on July
1-3 the Portuguese village of Cuba will host traditional exhibition and fair where Georgian products made in the village of Shilda will be presented.

At the fair Georgian staples and local products such as honey, Georgian candy Churchkhela and wine will be exposed.
Churchkhela - Georgian candy made with grape juice and walnuts

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