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The Embassy of Georgia: Consular and Other Offices

California

  • 1800 W Katella Avenue, Suite 400, Orange CA 92867
    Mr. Frank Paul Greinke, Honorary Consul
  • 1800 W Katella Avenue, Suite 400, Orange CA 92867
    Mr. Frank Paul Greinke, Honorary Consul
  • 1800 W Katella Avenue, Suite 400, Orange CA 92867
    Mr. Frank Paul Greinke, Honorary Consul

District Of Columbia

  • 1824 R St., NW, Washington DC 20009
    Mrs. Maia Bartaia, Consul
  • 1824 R St., NW, Washington DC 20009
    Mrs. Maia Bartaia, Consul
  • 1824 R St., NW, Washington DC 20009
    Mrs. Maia Bartaia, Consul

Georgia

  • 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 2900, Atlanta GA 30303
    Mr. John Everet Hall, Honorary Consul
  • 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 2900, Atlanta GA 30303
    Mr. John Everet Hall, Honorary Consul
  • 191 Peachtree Street, Suite 2900, Atlanta GA 30303
    Mr. John Everet Hall, Honorary Consul

Massachusetts

  • 17 Berkley Street, Cambridge MA 02138
    Mr. Richard Pipes, Honorary Consul
  • 17 Berkley Street, Cambridge MA 02138
    Mr. Richard Pipes, Honorary Consul
  • 17 Berkley Street, Cambridge MA 02138
    Mr. Richard Pipes, Honorary Consul

New York

  • 144 E. 44th Street, 5th Floor, New York NY 10017
    Mrs. Diana Zhgenti, Consul General
  • 144 E. 44th Street, 5th Floor, New York NY 10017
    Mrs. Diana Zhgenti, Consul General
  • 144 E. 44th Street, 5th Floor, New York NY 10017
    Mrs. Diana Zhgenti, Consul General

South Carolina

  • 1 Cool Blow Street, Suite 322, Charleston SC 29403
    Mr. David Keith Shimp, Honorary Consul
  • 1 Cool Blow Street, Suite 322, Charleston SC 29403
    Mr. David Keith Shimp, Honorary Consul
  • 1 Cool Blow Street, Suite 322, Charleston SC 29403
    Mr. David Keith Shimp, Honorary Consul

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- John Adams