Tkeshelashvili (Georgian :ტყეშელაშვილი) is the Georgian surname, which may refer to:
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, is one of 17 ministries of the Cabinet of Georgia, responsible for the country's network of relationships with foreign nations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is located on Chitadze Street in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Ekaterina is a feminine given name, and an alternative transliteration of the Russian Yekaterina. Katya and Katyusha are common diminutive forms of Ekaterina. Notable people with the name can be found below.
Grigol Vashadze is a Georgian politician, diplomat and a former member of the Cabinet of Georgia in the capacity of the Minister for Culture, Heritage Preservation and Sport (2008) and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Georgia (2008–2012).
Ekaterine "Eka" Tkeshelashvili is a Georgian jurist and politician, formerly serving as Minister of Justice, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Secretary of the National Security Council, and Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for Reintegration of Georgia under President Mikheil Saakashvili.
David Tkeshelashvili was born October 16, 1969, former Georgia Politician, who was Vice Prime Minister. From 2010 to May 2013 he served as a Head of Administration to the President of Georgia.
Zaza "Grom" Tkeshelashvili is a Georgian retired Freestyle wrestling Olympic competitor (100 kg) for Georgia in 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta and mixed martial artist. He formerly competed in the Heavyweight (MMA) division, most of which he fought with Fighting Network RINGS where he was known as Zaza Grom. He lost his last fight at Rings Lithuania – Bushido Rings 2 against Volk Han on August 5, 2001. He holds notable wins over Volk Han and Travis Fulton, and has fought Bobby Hoffman and Renato Sobral. His brother Koba Tkeshelashvili is also mixed martial artist and has competed in RINGS.
The National Security Council is an advisory body for the Government of Georgia dealing with matters of national security. It was established in 1996 and was then led by the President of Georgia. Its powers were significantly curtailed by the November 2013 changes to the Constitution of Georgia and was largely sidelined by the State Security and Crisis Management Council, which was chaired by the Prime Minister and functioned until December 2017. The President-led NSC was abolished on 16 December 2018 and reestablished under the Prime Minister in April 2019.
The State Ministry for Reconciliation and Civic Equality is a governmental agency within the Cabinet of Georgia in charge of coordination and monitoring of activities undertaken towards Georgian–Ossetian and Georgian–Abkhazian conflict resolution, generating new peace initiatives and reintegrating the conflict regions and their population with the rest of Georgia. The ministry was established in 2008 and it was known as the State Ministry for Reintegration until 2014. Incumbent minister is Ketevan Tsikhelashvili
The Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia is a governmental agency within the Cabinet of Georgia in charge of regional and infrastructure development, regulation of activities in sector of Georgia. The ministry is currently headed by Elguja Khokrishvili.
Mikhail Zayats is an ethnic Russian professional mixed martial artist currently competing in Bellator's Light Heavyweight division. He has also competed in M-1 Global. According to the global-mma.com rankings, he is the 7th ranked Light Heavyweight in the world.
The Ministry of Justice of Georgia is a governmental agency within the Cabinet of Georgia in charge of regulating activities in the justice system, overseeing the public prosecutor, maintaining the legal system and public order, protection of the public and instituting law reforms in Georgia. The ministry is headed by Tea Tsulukiani.
The Ceremonial Palace of Georgia and Avlabari Presidential Residence, is the executive body of administration of President of Georgia. Housed in a refurbished building of the former Imperial gendarmerie, the Presidential administration is located on the left bank of the Kura River, in the Avlabari district of Tbilisi, Georgia.
Uravi is a village in western Georgia in Ambrolauri District of the Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti region. It is located on the Lukhunis River, a tributary of the Rioni River that enters from the right (north).
Sopio Tkeshelashvili is a Georgian chess player who holds the FIDE title of Woman Grandmaster.
Hot water bottle blowing is the deliberate inflation of a hot-water bottle by blowing. Air is breathed into the bottle until it stretches beyond its capacity and consequently explodes. It is a challenging feat of strength which is included in the Guinness World Records. The challenge is most commonly undertaken by breathing air from the mouth, though it has also been achieved by blowing through the nose. The activity presents a potential hazard for physical injury to eyes and lungs.
Prosecutor's Office of Georgia is a government institution in Georgia, a legal party responsible for official prosecution in courts.
Nino Tkeshelashvili was a Georgian teacher, writer and women's rights activist. Born into an intellectual family in 1874, she completed the schooling available to her in Tiflis and then worked for a time in Didi Jikhaishi as a Russian language teacher. In 1903, she went to study dentistry in Moscow, where she became involved in the revolutionary student movement during the 1905 Russian Revolution. Returning to Tiflis the following year, she began to meet women writers and activists participating in the struggle for women's rights. She joined the Union of Georgian Women for Equal Rights in 1906, but three years later left the organization and co-founded the Caucasian Women's Society with a breakaway group of feminists.