Georgia Abbreviations

GE is the abbreviation for Georgia, the 119th largest country in the world. Georgia is a country located in Eurasia, bordering 4 countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, and Turkey. Tbilisi is the capital city of Georgia. Top 10 biggest cities are Tbilisi (population: 1,049,487), Kutaisi (population: 178,327), Batumi (population: 121,795), Sukhumi (population: 81,535), Zugdidi (population: 72,995), Rustavi (population: 49,989), P’ot’i (population: 47,138), Gori (population: 46,665), Ts’khinvali (population: 29,989), and Samtredia (population: 28,737).

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Country Profile

  • Capital: Tbilisi
  • Language: Georgian
  • Area: 69,700 km2
  • Population: 3,723,511
  • Currency: Georgian lari (GEL)
  • Time zone: UTC+4
  • Calling code: 995
  • ISO 2-Letter Abbreviation: GE
  • UN 3-Letter Abbreviation: GEO
  • Internet TLD: .ge
  • State Government Website:

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List of Georgia Acronyms

The most commonly used abbreviations about Georgia are GE which stands for Georgia and GEL which means Georgian lari (Georgia currency). In the following table, you can see all acronyms related to Georgia, including abbreviations for airport, city, school, port, government, and etc.

GE: Georgia

Abbreviation Meaning
ACNG AIDS Coalition of Northeast Georgia
ACECG American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia
ADCG Arts Development Council of Georgia
BVSGA Black Vegetarian Society of Georgia
BCBS-GA Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia
CGTEN Central Georgia Traffic Enforcement Network
CG Central of Georgia Railway Company
CGLT Coastal Georgia Land Trust
CBWG Community Bank of West Georgia
CUGY Conservative Union of Georgian Youth
DECI Dahlonega, Georgia
DRAIN Dahlonega, Georgia
D Dahlonega, Georgia
DAILY Dahlonega, Georgia
EGRMC East Georgia Regional Medical Center
FELLOW Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia
F Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia
FOUL Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia
FRACTION Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia
FLUNKED Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia
FULL Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia
FSROG Former Soviet Republic of Georgia
GA Georgia
GE Georgia
GACCP Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Peanuts
GALFF Georgia Agri-Leaders Forum Foundation
GAMI Georgia Alliance for the Mentally Ill
GACLEA Georgia Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
GACP Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police
GACCP Georgia Association of Community Care Providers
GAEMS Georgia Association of Emergency Medical Services
GAHSC Georgia Association of Homes & Services for Children
GAMG Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries
GANS Georgia Association of Nursing Students
GAPAC Georgia Association of Professional Agricultural Consultants
GARRS Georgia Association of Recovery Residences
GASP Georgia Association of School Psychologists
GASPP Georgia Association of Special Programs Personnel
GAYA Georgia Author of the Year Award
GABRC Georgia Avenue Business Resource Center
GBCN Georgia Baptist College of Nursing
GBDRIS Georgia Birth Defects Reporting and Information System
GBON Georgia Board of Nursing
GBCC Georgia Breast Cancer Coalition
GBFH Georgia Business Forum on Health, Inc.
GCATT Georgia Centers for Advanced Telecommunications Technology
GCMP Georgia Children Media Program
GACCP Georgia Commodity Commission for Peaches
GCMB Georgia Composite Medical Board
GADOE Georgia Department of Education
GADNR Georgia Department of Natural Resources
GDOR Georgia Department of Revenue
GDVP Georgia Disability Vote Project
GDCTA Georgia Dressage & Combined Training Association
GECA Georgia Electronic Commerce Association
GEOP Georgia Emergency Operations Plan
GFGA Georgia Fingerstyle Guitar Association
GFPL Georgia Florida Paintball League
GFGA Georgia Flower Growers Association
GFCA Georgia Forensics Coaches Association
GGFOA Georgia Government Finance Officers Association
GHLD Georgia Harper Landscape Design
GHIMA Georgia Health Information Management Association
GHSFHA Georgia High School Football Historians Association
GHSRA Georgia High School Rodeo Association
GILA Georgia Industrial Loan Association
GISAC Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center
GISAC Georgia Interagency Safety Advisory Council
GIGC Georgia International Gymnastics and Cheer, Inc.
GJGA Georgia Junior Golf Association
GLASB Georgia Lions All-State Band
GMG Georgia Marketing Group
GMGA Georgia Master Gardener Association
GMGA Georgia Meat Goat Association
GMESC Georgia Middle East Studies Consortium
GMDJA Georgia Mobile DJ Association
GMEBS Georgia Municipal Employees Benefit System
GMHF Georgia Music Hall of Fame
GNHP Georgia Natural Heritage Program
GNAS Georgia Nurse Alert System
GOTA Georgia Occupational Therapy Association
GOA Georgia Optometric Association
GOHPP Georgia Oral Health Prevention Program
GAPAC Georgia Pacific
GPHC Georgia Paint Horse Club
GPJC Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition
GPFES Georgia Plant Food Education Society
GPFA Georgia Professional Farrier Association
GQHA Georgia Quarter Horse Association
GRPP Georgia Rail Passenger Program
GREAB Georgia Real Estate Appraisers Board
GREO Georgia Real Estate Online
GR Georgia Review
GSPP Georgia School of Professional Psychology
GSRF Georgia Self Reliance Fund
SIGTF Georgia Self-Insurers Guaranty Trust Fund
GSTEP Georgia Spit Tobacco Education Program
GSMI Georgia Sports Medicine Institute
GSGA Georgia State Golf Association
GSSMA Georgia State Society of Medical Assistants
GSTEP Georgia State Test of English Proficiency
GSTAND Georgia State Trade Association of Nonprofit Developers
GSTEP Georgia State University Test of English Proficiency
GSTEP Georgia Systemic Teacher Education Program
GUATEMALA Georgia Tech
GTWRFC Georgia Tech Women’s Rugby Football Club
GATFXC Georgia Track and Field and Cross Country
GTIPI Georgia Traffic Injury Prevention Institute
GUFPA Georgia Utility Facility Protection Act
GAWG Georgia Wing
GAMH Georgian Association for Mental Health
GBSS Georgian Bay Secondary School
GFMA Georgian Folk Medicine Association
GFSIS Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies
GSCD Georgian Securities Central Depository
GTTA Georgian Triangle Tourist Association
GAOR Georgian-American Oil Refinery
HGMC Heart of Georgia Metal Crafters
KMAC Herbert Smart Downtown Airport Macon, Georgia, USA
HACG Housing Authority of Columbus, Georgia
ICGG Internet Consulting Group of Georgia
JCCG Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Georgia
JMAG Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia
KGBF Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation
KAOG Konkani Association of Georgia
LAAG Library Automation Association in Georgia
LPCAGA Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia
LPCAG Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia
MEAG Municipal Electric Association of Georgia
MEAG Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia
NGFL North Georgia Football League
NGHDA North Georgia Honda Dealers Association
NGHA North Georgia Hound Association
NGNB North Georgia National Bank
NWGC Northwest Georgia Consortium
NWGAWTE Northwest Georgia Walk to Emmaus
OAAG Outdoor Advertising Association of Georgia
PACCGA Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia, Inc.
SCFG Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia
GS South Georgia & The South Sandwich Island
SGSSI South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands
GS South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
GS South Georgia The South Sandwich Island
SGBARC South Georgian Bay Amateur Radio Club
SEAOG Structural Engineers Association of Georgia
SPAGE Student Professional Association of Georgia Educators
TBS Tbilisi, Georgia – Novo Alexeyevka
UGPN United Kingdom-Georgia Professional Network
WGTC West Georgia Technical College



Georgia is a country made up of a lot of mountains. In the north, the Great Caucasus mountain range forms a border with Russia, while in the south the Little Caucasus mountain range forms a border with Turkey and Armenia. Centrally in the country, the Suram Highlands link the mountain ranges. To the west there is a lower plain that extends towards the Black Sea. The highest mountain, Sjkhara, lies in the Great Caucasus, reaching an altitude of 5068 meters

The climate varies widely from the proximity to the Black Sea and the elevation differences. In the west, there is a subtropical climate with hot summers and mild, rainy winters. In the east, the climate is continental with little rainfall, cool winters and hot summers.

The biggest environmental challenges in Georgia are regional pollution and deforestation issues. Much of the natural environment of the western plain has disappeared due to agriculture and urbanization. Large parts of the forest that previously covered this area are now gone. Industrial discharges have led to heavy air and water pollution in and around the major cities. The use of fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture also causes the soil to be destroyed in many areas.


Georgian peoples have lived in Georgia for at least 3000 years. Due to the location between Central Asia and Europe, the country has been invaded and controlled by a number of different kingdoms and peoples. In the 500 and 400 century BCE. invaded the Persians and Greeks, then the Romans came around 60 BCE. In the 300s the area was Christianized, before the Arabs occupied the region in the 600s. Then around 1100 the area was gathered in a kingdom, and a Georgian golden age began. The culture flourished and the country grew in size. When Mongol warriors invaded the 13th century, Georgia was divided into many small kingdoms before a 300-year Turkish occupation followed.

It was not until the 18th century that the country was again united in a kingdom. Hoping to gain protection, the country entered into an alliance with Russia. In 1801, the area was incorporated as a province of Russia. When the Russian tsar collapsed in 1917, Georgia became independent again. However, independence was short-lived, and in 1921 the country was occupied by the Soviet Union. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Georgia became an independent republic. Since then, the country has been characterized by internal divisions, war and poverty.

Society and politics

Georgia is a republic where the president is the head of state. The executive power lies with the president who is elected directly for five years. The government, which is governed by the prime minister, is elected by a parliament. Parliament’s 150 seats are elected every four years.

After independence, the regions of Abkhazia, Adzaria and South Ossetia declared independence from Georgia. The statements were not accepted by the Georgia government, but received support from Russia. In 2008, war broke out in South Ossetia when Georgia used military force to regain control of the region. Russia went to military attack on Georgia, taking control of both South Ossetia and Abkhazia. A ceasefire later that year ended the bloody conflicts, but Russia retained military forces in the outbreak regions. The situation is still unclear, and it is uncertain whether the regions will achieve independence, remain Georgian or become Russian.

Georgia is closely allied with the United States and Western Europe, and wants to join both NATO and the EU. The society is characterized by many years of unstable political leadership, war and ethnic disagreements. The social welfare system is poorly developed, and benefits such as pensions, health care, education or unemployment benefits are often inadequate and unpredictable.

Economics and Commerce

The disintegration of the Soviet Union led to an economic collapse in Georgia. Later, the internal conflicts also exacerbated the economic crisis. The industry has struggled with high energy prices since the Soviet subsidy prices ended. The most important industrial products are wine, metal products, machinery and chemicals. Western Georgia’s mild climate has made it a historically important agricultural land. The country produces a lot of fruit, tea, grapes, corn and wheat. The main export goods are iron and metal products, aircraft, tea and citrus fruits.

International aid has helped the economy out of the worst crisis following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the war with Russia. Political measures have helped to reduce corruption, and poverty has fallen sharply. However, around 21 percent of the population still lives below the national poverty line. Poverty is most prevalent in and around cities where the population cannot farm for their own consumption. The situation in the cities has also led to widespread crime, prostitution and human trafficking. Many children in the cities are homeless, and are particularly exposed to organized trafficking and prostitution.

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