“Country code top-level domain“ (ccTCD) refers to the top-level domain associated with a country. Each country has its particular domain assigned by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), i.e. each country / territory / geographical section has one unique ccTLD, administered by a single body.
According to the .GE domain administration and registration rules, certain domain names are reserved, and can only be registered on the administrator’s specially defined conditions. read more
The updated registration and administration rules for the .GE domain include a transit procedure, which implies the temporary management of the domain names in the registrar’s portfolio by the registry.