The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will allocate € 40 million to increase energy efficiency in Georgian buildings.
Georgia will experience a substantial slowdown in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and lower oil prices.
The electronic platform will be launched in several days, which will allow citizens, to indicate whether they want to use a government-based program or not, that subsidizes three months' taxes of gas and electricity.
Under conditions of the country-wide quarantine, Georgian seaports remain open, said Maritime Transport Agency of Georgia.
Goga Melikidze, the former head of Galt&Taggart brokerage department, has been appointed as senior investment officer of the Pension Agency.
Despite the restrictions imposed on municipal transport, drivers will be reimbursed.
The Georgian government decided to allocate 2 billion GEL to support the country's economy.
Threats posed by the global spread of the new COVID-19 swept through the modern world putting substantially new issues on the agenda.