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International Medical Conference


July 18 - 25, 2009

Kobuleti 2009 Tbilisi



Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of Medicine Department of Georgian Scientists and Specialists Association it is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the GSSA XXVI Annual Convention and International Medical Conference, which will be held in Kobuleti (Georgia) from 18th to 25th July 2009.

Opportunity will be given to the participants of the Conference to discuss the subjects of their scientific and clinical interest with the invited speakers.

We are looking forward that XXVI Annual Convention and International Medical Conference, will maintain long traditions of successful science and pleasant human interaction. Moreover, there is one more reason to spend some days in highly popular resort on Black Sea coast of the Caucasus in Georgia – to acquaint with ancient distinct culture, rich Georgian nature and national architecture’s beauty.

We will try to help you to get a memorable culture and social experience. We will be happy to meet you in Georgia.

With respect

Chairman of Organizing Committee - Prof. Alexander Papitashvili

Conference Organizer:

Georgian Scientists’ and Specialists’ Association

Tbilisi State Medical University

Tbilisi State University

President of GSSA XXVI Annual Convention - Prof. Alexander Telia

Scientific Program – the main topics:

Advanced Technologies in Medicine

Perinatology and Prenatal Diagnosis

Human Reproductology

Ultrasound in Medicine


Endoscopic Surgery

Cardiovascular Diseases and Intravascular Surgery

Pediatric Surgery

Neonatal Resuscitation

Medical Ecology

Computers in Medicine


If you are interested in attending the GSSA XXVI Annual Convention and International Medical Conference, please contact us and send us your full information by fax, E-mail or express post mail.







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We will send you as soon as possible the needed information for manage a trip in Georgia.

Official languages – Georgian, English, Russian.

Organizing Committee:

Please contact – Alexander Papitashvili – Chairman

16-A, Irakly Abashidze str, Tbilisi, 0179, Georgia

Phone: +995 99 55 43 51

Fax: +995 (32) 22 36 69

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Georgia is a country with a rich history. In antique myths it was known as the country of “the golden fleece”, Argonauts and the refuge of the rebellious Prometheus. As long as ten centuries B.C. an intense trade was held on the territory of Georgia. Finickier traders penetrated here on their ships from the Mediterranean. A century later the Greeks appeared, who learnt the skill of ore smelting from the native inhabitants.

The nature of the republic is unparalleled- humid subtropics of the Black Sea coast, diversity and wealth of mountain forests, rich pastures of the Alpine zone, curative mineral springs. People come to Georgia for treatment, for rest and traveling. Those, who visit it, may observe the pictures of all seasons in several days: ice-capped mountain peaks, new grass, just beginning to shoot on foothills, a hot summer among evergreen palm-trees.

Georgia is rightfully considered an ancient land of grape wine. Viticulture is cultivated in most of its countryside regions. Thick, resinous, pomegranate -– red and golden-amber colored wines of Kakheti, light, crystal, sparkling wines of West Georgia, champagne and branded cognacs are world famous.

The Glory of Georgia are its resorts. There are over 220 of them – high mountainous and sea-side, good for treatment and climatic ones. Most of them function all the year round. The Black Sea-side resorts of Georgia are most popular. People are attracted here by a caressing sun, luxuriant subtropical vegetation, mild climate.

Batumi, the capital of the Adjarian Autonomous Republic, lies on the shore of a deep bay. It is bathed in greenery all the year round. The town boasts the Batumi Botanical Garden which has one of the world’s largest collections of subtropical flora. Of much interest are visits to the Dolphinarium and the Aquarium which has principal species of commercial fish and Black Sea fauna on display.

Situated 30 kilometers from Batumi is still another Adjarian resort, Kobuleti. It is famous for its splendid 12-kilometer-long beach bordering upon which for almost its entire length are pine gloves. The resort is beneficial for people suffering from various cardiovascular, lung and windpipe diseases. Its historical and architectural attractions include the ruins of the ancient Peter Fortress, which are to be seen in the village of Tsikhisdziri not far from the town.

Nobody can remain indifferent to Tbilisi – a city with a population of a million and a half. The capital-city of Georgia is one of the greatest industrial and cultural centers of the country. “Tbilisi” in Georgian mean “warm”. Tbilisi is actually a warm, kind, hospitable city.

The hospitable Georgia is always ready to receive foreign visitors, who can rest, improve their health, and get ineffaceable impressions here.

leti 2009


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