PM: We are Launching a Large-Scale Project to Train 5000 IT Specialists
"Apart from tourism, the main driving force for the development of our economy can be energy, as well as export-oriented local production," - said the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili in an interview with the Public Broadcaster.
As the head of the government noted, Georgia must become self-sufficient with the products that the country can produce.
"Apart from tourism, the main driving force for the development of our economy can be energy, as well as export-oriented local production.
It is my task and the government is working on the fact that we must make Georgia self-sufficient, self-sufficient with the products we can produce.
According to the new plans, including the ten-year vision, we plan to co-finance a thousand enterprises in the next three years within the framework of the "Produce in Georgia" program.
We have 360 clear directions. We must do everything we can to support our talented young people as much as possible. We are starting a large-scale project, we want to train 5000 IT specialists. This program should cover all the regions.
Our main task should be to bring talented young people to the place here. Many people can leave and then come back, if they have a better perspective elsewhere, the state should not interfere, but our task should be to create conditions here, on the ground. We will support the development of startups in the country as much as possible, "Irakli Gharibashvili said.