Electricity In Georgia
Two main standards of voltage and frequency commonly used are the American - 100-127 volts & 60 hertz, with A and B switches; and the European - 220-240 volts & 50 hertz, with C-M switches.
Most countries use one or the other, but sometimes country-specific standards also exist. Georgia follows the European standard voltage application using 220-240 volts & 50-hertz with C-M switches.
If your electronics use standardized American voltages, you will need an adapter, which you can purchase at any electronics store or outdoor market.