Kakha Basilia –President of the Georgian Shotokan-Karate-do Federation;

President of the Confederation of Martial Arts of Georgia;

Krav Maga World Federation Vice-President;

Vice-President (Academician) of the World Academy of Defense and Security;

Honored Coach of Georgia, holder of the 8th Dan;

For years he was an advisor to the Minister of Defense (Colonel);

World Champion, Soviet Champion, Japanese Absolute Champion in Kata and Kumite;

Awarded by international and non-governmental organizations for their contributions to the development and popularization of karate;

For his outstanding work in karate, the Japanese Karate Federation awarded him a Japanese Katana;

The Minister of Defense handed over the weapons of war as a memento of military merit and military bravery;

He has been awarded the title of “Sports Knight” for his special contribution to Georgian sports;

Awarded the “Order of Honor;” From The World Maccabi Union he has been awarded the Gold Medal.

  • 1977 – Started training;
  • 1982-84 – served in armed forces, in Special Purpose Units;
  • 1986-88 – participated in championships in the name of the Prague team;
  • 1988 – Passed his exam for the second Dan JKA, Japan Karate Association;
  • 1989 – Head of traditional Karate-do Federation of the city of Lvov;
  • 1990 – President of the Ukrainian Organization of Battle Skills;
  • 1991 – Graduated from the Institute of Forestry, faculty of economy in Lvov;
  • 1991 – Continues training as a pupil of Legendary Hitoshi Kasuia;
  • 1992 – Passed his exam for the 3-rd Dan W.S.K.F;
  • 1993 – Was elected the chief instructor of the Russian affiliation of the World Shotokan Karate-do Federation;
  • 1994 – Was appointed a chief instructor of the East-European Association of Shotokan Karate-do;
  • 1995 – Passed his exam for the 4-th Dan of W.S.K.F;
  • 1996 – Sets up a federation of the Georgian Shotokan Karate-do and becomes its President and a chief instructor;
  • 1997 – Was elected President of the Georgian Students Federation of Karate-do of Georgia;
  • 1998 – Passed exams for the 5-th Dan of W.S.K.F;
  • 1999 – Owner of the 6-th Dan of W.K.F;
  • 2001 – Held the European Championship of Karate-do in East-European countries (Tbilisi);
  • 2002 – Elected President and chief instructor of Shotokan Karate-do Association of East-Europe;
  • 2003 – Established the International Association of Shotokan Karate-do with 18 countries, where Kakha Basilia was appointed chief instructor and was awarded with the 7-th Dan of I.S.K.A;
  • 2003 – Passed exams for the 6-th Dan of W.S.K.F;
  • 2005 – For his contribution in Karate-Do development is awarded with 7th Dan by WUKO;
  • 2006 – Becomes the adviser of Sports Department’s Chairman in Martial Arts;
  • 2007 – Elected President of the Georgian Martial Arts Confederation;
  • 2008 – Becomes the adviser of Georgian Olympian Committee’s President;
  • 2009 – 7 Dan W.S.K.F. (Tokyo);
  • 2010 – Vice President of W.S.K.U;
  • 2011 – The Adviser of Georgian Sports Ministry;
  • 2011 – Chairman of World Academy of Shotokan Karate;
  • 2011 – 8 Dan.