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Georgia’s External Debts Exceed 5.1 billion USD

As of December 31, 2017 Georgia’s foreign debts constituted 5.177 billion USD.

According to Ministry of Finance, foreign debts of the Government marked 5 091 942 USD, while 3 765 041 is owed to multilateral creditors. World Bank is a major creditor.

5 091 942 13 199 331
3 765 041 9 759 740
World Bank, International Development Association (IDA) SDR 816 033 1 162 141 3 012 502
World Bank, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) USD 748 214 748 214 1 939 521
EUR 91 800 109 939 284 984
International Fund for Agriculture Development SDR 20 763 29 569 76 650
International Monetary Fund (IMF) SDR 75 000 106 810 276 873
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) EUR 112 182 134 324 348 196
European Union (EU) EUR 23 000 27 545 71 401
Asian Development Bank (ADB) USD 305 126 305 126 790 947
SDR 508 053 723 536 1 875 549
EUR 25 049 29 998 77 762
European Investment Bank (EIB) EUR 316 110 378 571 981 333
Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) USD 9 267 9 267 24 022

Georgia owes 834 887 000 USD to 17 bilateral creditors. External debts from sales of state securities account for 500 million USD.

824 821 2 138 102
Austria EUR 12 680 15 185 39 364
Azerbaijan USD 8 855 8 855 22 953
Turkmenistan USD 211 211 547
Turkey USD 16 981 16 981 44 019
Iran USD 6 835 6 835 17 717
Russia USD 70 616 70 616 183 052
Armenia USD 10 027 10 027 25 992
Uzbekistan USD 178 178 462
Ukraine USD 163 163 422
Kazakhstan USD 21 747 21 747 56 373
China CNY 15 000 2 305 5 975
Germany EUR 239 194 286 457 742 555
Japan JPY 23 665 981 210 312 545 170
Kuwait KWD 3 705 12 280 31 831
Netherlands EUR 895 1 072 2 778
USA USD 22 608 22 608 58 608