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Georgia To Spend 10 Billion on Infrastructural Projects

Almost 10 billion GEL will be spent on infrastructural projects in the next 3-4 years, and it is a very important process in our country’s physical transformation, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili commented on the expected launch of 2,500 infrastructural projects presented yesterday under the spatial planning reform component.

According to the Prime Minister, it is a very important far-reaching program, and its implementation will result in access to all key services anywhere in Georgia.

The Head of Government commended the performance of Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Zurab Alavidze and his staff, which ensured the finalization of preparatory work within unprecedentedly tight deadlines.

“I believe that this direction will bring about the most tangible results because, for starters, it will create 40,000 new jobs. In addition, infrastructure will be transformed rapidly, enabling our country to better fulfill its geostrategic function,” the Prime Minister stated.

The Head of Government wished success to the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Cabinet of Ministers in the implementation of this large-scale project and a vitally important component of the Government’s four-point reform agenda.