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Iso 3166-2:ge

ISO 3166-2:GE is the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Georgia, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 2 autonomous republics, 1 city, and 9 regions. The city Tbilisi is the capital of the country and has special status equal to the regions.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is GE, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Georgia. The second part is two letters.

Contents

  • Current codes 1
  • Changes 2
    • Codes before Newsletter I-2 2.1
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

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Code Subdivision name (ka)
(BGN/PCGN 2009)
Subdivision Name (ka)
[note 1]
Subdivision category
GE-AB Abkhazia აფხაზეთი autonomous republic
GE-AJ Ajaria აჭარა autonomous republic
GE-TB Tbilisi თბილისი city
GE-GU Guria გურია region
GE-IM Imereti იმერეთი region
GE-KA K'akheti კახეთი region
GE-KK Kvemo Kartli ქვემო ქართლი region
GE-MM Mtskheta-Mtianeti მცხეთა-მთიანეთი region
GE-RL Rach'a-Lechkhumi-Kvemo Svaneti რაჭა-ლეჩხუმი და ქვემო სვანეთი region
GE-SZ Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti სამეგრელო-ზემო სვანეთი region
GE-SJ Samtskhe-Javakheti სამცხე-ჯავახეთი region
GE-SK Shida Kartli შიდა ქართლი region
Notes
  1. ^ For reference only, Georgian Name in Georgian script not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Changes

The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-2 2002-05-21 New subdivision layout. City level cancelled. Spelling of autonomous republics' names changed. One generic subdivision name changed Subdivision layout:
2 autonomous republics, 13 cities, 63 rayons (see below)
→ 2 autonomous republics, 10 regions
Newsletter I-4 2002-12-10 Introduction of third subdivision category
Newsletter I-9 2007-11-28 Addition of diacritical signs

Codes before Newsletter I-2

Code Subdivision name Subdivision category
GE-AB Ap'khazet'is Avtonomiuri Respublika [Abkhazia] autonomous republic
GE-AJ Acharis Avtonomiuri Respublika [Ajaria] autonomous republic
Code Subdivision name Subdivision category In autonomous republic
GE-BUS Bat'umi city AJ
GE-CHI Chiat'ura city territory (now municipality)
GE-GAG Gagra city territory (now municipality) AB
GE-GOR Gori city (now part of Gori Municipality)
GE-KUT Kutaisi city
GE-PTI Poti city
GE-RUS Rustavi city
GE-SUI Sokhumi city (now part of Sokhumi Municipality) AB
GE-TBS T'bilisi city
GE-TQI Tqibuli city territory (now municipality)
GE-TQV Tqvarch'eli city AB
GE-TSQ Tsqaltubo city territory (now municipality)
GE-ZUG Zugdidi city city (now part of Zugdidi Municipality)
GE-01 Abashis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-02 Adigenis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-03 Akhalgoris Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-04 Akhalk'alak'is Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-05 Akhalts'ikhis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-06 Akhmetis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-07 Ambrolauris Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-08 Aspindzis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-09 Baghdat'is Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-10 Bolnisis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-11 Borjomis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-12 Ch'khorotsqus Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-13 Ch'okhatauris Raioni rayon
GE-14 Dedop'listsqaros Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-15 Dmanisis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-16 Dushet'is Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-17 Galis Raioni rayon (now municipality) AB
GE-18 Gardabnis Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-19 Goris Raioni rayon (now municipality)
GE-20 Gudaut'is Raioni rayon AB
GE-21 Gulrip'shis Raioni rayon AB
GE-22 Gurjaanis Raioni rayon
GE-23 Javis Raioni rayon
GE-24 K'arelis Raioni rayon
GE-25 Kaspis Raioni rayon
GE-26 K'edis Raioni rayon AJ
GE-27 Kharagaulis Raioni rayon
GE-28 Khashuris Raioni rayon
GE-29 Khelvach'auris Raioni rayon AJ
GE-30 Khobis Raioni rayon
GE-31 Khonis Raioni rayon
GE-32 Khulos Raioni rayon AJ
GE-33 K'obuletis Raioni rayon AJ
GE-34 Lagodekhis Raioni rayon
GE-35 Lanch'khut'is Raioni rayon
GE-36 Lentekhis Raioni rayon
GE-37 Marneulis Raioni rayon
GE-38 Martvilis Raioni rayon
GE-39 Mestiis Raioni rayon
GE-40 Mts'khet'is Raioni rayon
GE-41 Ninotsmindis Raioni rayon
GE-42 Och'amch'iris Raioni rayon AB
GE-43 Onis Raioni rayon
GE-44 Ozurget'is Raioni rayon
GE-45 Qazbegis Raioni rayon
GE-46 Qvarlis Raioni rayon
GE-47 Sach'kheris Raioni rayon
GE-48 Sagarejos Raioni rayon
GE-49 Samtrediis Raioni rayon
GE-50 Senakis Raioni rayon
GE-51 Shuakhevis Raioni rayon AJ
GE-52 Sighnaghis Raioni rayon
GE-53 Sokhumis Raioni rayon AB
GE-54 T'elavis Raioni rayon
GE-55 T'erjolis Raioni rayon
GE-56 T'et'ritsqaros Raioni rayon
GE-57 T'ianet'is Raioni rayon
GE-58 Ts'ageris Raioni rayon
GE-59 Tsalenjikhis Raioni rayon
GE-60 Tsalkis Raioni rayon
GE-61 Vanis Raioni rayon
GE-62 Zestap'onis Raioni rayon
GE-63 Zugdidis Raioni rayon

See also

  • Subdivisions of Georgia
  • FIPS region codes of Georgia

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: GE
  • Regions of Georgia, Statoids.com
  • Districts of Georgia, Statoids.com
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