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Georgia’s Mountain Villages Will Get Electricity After 27 years

Four Georgian villages located in Lentekhi municipally, will get electricity for the first during 27 years, Georgian government made the decision.

Pursuant to the Government’s decision, electrification of four villages of Lentekhi Municipality will be conducted. Namely, for the purpose of electrification of villages – Mananauri, Tskhumaldi, Bavari and Khacheshi, the Ministry of Energy was allocated 535 737 GEL.

Upon termination of respective process, overall, 29 villages of Lentekhi municipality will be electrified. Respective settlements were deprived of electricity for 20 years.

“It’s been 27 years since, people of these villages had electricity, By recovering electricity, local residents will come back,” Head of Racha Lechkhumi and upper Svaneti Parmen Margvelidze said.