PM Presents 6-Month Report, Focuses on Regional Development

Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia, on Tuesday delivered his six-month report on initiatives implemented within the scope of infrastructure, education, and village support programs, regional projects and mountain foundations.

At the presentation, the Head of the Government accentuated the progress achieved in the sector and focused on the importance of the regions for the further development of the country, noting that they are of crucial significance for the current government.

“Strong regions mean a strong country. Thus, regional development is among the paramount priorities of our government,” stated Bakhtadze, adding, “In 2019, we increased the financing of infrastructural projects by 20%, and this is the largest figure that has been allocated for the improvement of infrastructure in independent Georgia.”

The Prime Minister said that prior to the launch of this initiative, the government was well-aware of its ambitiousness and the challenges that would be faced by it. In addition, he praised the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development of Georgia for increasing investments by 200 million GEL in infrastructural projects and underlined the importance of achieving inclusive growth in Georgia through the development of regions across the country.


By Ketevan Kvaratskheliya

23 July 2019 12:13