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(A) "EMS-050" was on an ambulance (Emergency Medical Services = EMS) although it is not clear if this was a registration reserved for ambulances in the 2010 series or merely a personalized (on request) registration.
(B) "AA-921-DD" was on a police car. However, police cars and motorcycles use standard general issue passenger and motocycle registrations so this is probably not a special registration reserved for police vehicles. On the other hand, "SP-121-SP" is reserved for Security Police.
(C) "Police" (in Georgian script) was mounted on an AWD in Sighnaghi with no other plate. The significance of this plate is unclear.
Abkhazia, an autonomous republic, is politically and geographically part of Georgia.
It is issuing its own distinctive plates since 2006 but they may not be used outside Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Russia.
South Ossetia, a separatist autonomous region, is politically and geographically part of Georgia.
It is issuing its own distinctive plates since 2006 but they may not be used outside South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Russia.
Location Kaukasus Capital T'bilisi [Tbilisi] Main Religion Christianity (Georgian-orthodoxy) National Language Georgian Political Status Democratic Republic History Georgia seceded from the Soviet Union in 1991.
Georgia has Abkhazian, Adzharian and South-Ossetian minorities.
Abkhazia seceded from Georgia in 1992 but is internationally not recognized as an independent state and is legally part of Georgia.
International Oval GEO ISO Code GE
(1) Picture by Jim Gordon
(2) Picture by Jarmo Sutinen
(3) Picture by Christian Richter