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Kumsishvili Offered OPIC to Engage Anaklia Sea Port in the Project

Kumsishvili Offered OPIC to Engage Anaklia Sea Port in the Project

The U.S. Government agency “Overseas Private Investment Corporation” (OPIC) will continue to make investments in Georgia

It has become obvious after the meeting held between Dimitri Kumsishvili and Elizabeth L. Littlefield, OPIC President & CEO. It has been noted, that as of the successful experience, the organization will still continue investments in various priority sectors of Georgian economy, including, tourism, agriculture, removable energy, education, healthcare and other.

Investment portfolio of the organization totals to 0,5 billion USD, more than dozens of projects have been funded in the different economy sectors of Georgia.

According to Ministry of Economy, Vice premier Dimitri Kumsishvili has thanked Elizabeth L. Littlefield for all successful projects, which have been carried with assistance of OPIC in Georgia. In addition, he also considered Anaklia Deep Water Sea Port, its importance for Georgia as well as for the whole region. He offered general director of OPIC to take part in the mentioned project. Dimitri Kumsishvili hopes that OPIC will soon become financer of  Anaklia Deep Water Sea Port.