For agriculture and land market development in Georgia, the last government welcomed foreign investments with open arms. The first Indian farmers came in Georgia in 2010. In general, farmlands were bought by foreign farmers in Kakheti and the Kvemo Kartli regions for growing crops and vegetables.
The open policy began changing in 2013, and according to the Indian farmers, they are leaving the Georgian market due to unwelcome rural politics. They are selling their farmlands in Georgia and have stopped their rural activities in the country.
This story portrays the rural activities of Indian farmers and expresses their thoughts towards the government.