ICC-Georgia General Assembly elects two Board members, a Vice-Chairman and mobilizes itself to assist the victims of the flood

On 15 June 2015, ICC Georgia held a General Assembly at Betsy’s Hotel to elect two members of the Executive Board and a Vice-Chairman/Treasurer.


The General Assembly also approved the nomination of Ambassador Zurab Katchkatchishvili as Secretary

General of the organization.


Five candidates were running for the two vacant seats on the Board. Following the vote, the two elected

candidates are: Ms. Nona Mamulashvili, Corporate Affairs Manager at Philip Morris Georgia LLC, and Mr.

Osman Shalishkan-Mjavanadze Director of Geonet Expo Ltd. and Secretary General of the International

Investors Association ofGeorgia.


The General Assembly elected as well Mr. Nikoloz Mchedlishvili - Vice-President of Petrocas Energy as ViceChairman

and Treasurer of the organization.


The General Assembly addressed the issue of the victims of the recent flood and unanimously decided that

members of ICC Georgia will put together their efforts to raise funds for the citizens who suffered from the

disaster but also to secure jobs for those of them who are left without resources or income.


“We welcome the newly elected Board Members and are glad to see new blood on our Board, both Nona

Mamulashvili and Osman Mjavanadze will bring a great added value to the activities of ICC; I strongly

commend the solidarity and sense of responsibility expressed by all ICC members who are mobilizing

themselves to raise funds and secure jobs to all those affected by the flood” said Fady Asly Chairman of the



ICC Georgia is the largest and most vocal global Business Association in the country; it includes over 350

corporate and youth members and 28 business associations. The International Chamber of Commerce is the

largest business organization in the world that includes over 6.5 million businesses and chambers of commerce.

ICC consults regularly at the global level with the G8, G20, the World Bank, WTO, WCO and the UN.


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