On June 9 Economy Minister Natia Turnava and Agriculture Minister Levan Davitashvili visited the village of Agara, where Agara Sugar complex was inaugurated. Agara Sugar will replace sugar exports by 50%, Natia Turnava noted.
According to the Roads Department of Georgia, the rehabilitation of an 8 km section of Samtredia-Lanchkhuti-Grigoleti highway, which has international importance, was completed ahead of the schedule as a result of intensive work.
For the first time in its history, Kutaisi now enjoys 24/7 water supply, as the United Water Supply Company completes phase two of the construction of Kutaisi's water supply infrastructure.
The prime minister got acquainted with the building process of a new terminal together with Maia Tskitishvili.
According to the plan, the works of the 4-lane high-speed highway of Kutaisi bypass road are underway.
Scientists from Cambridge and University of London will be Involved in Creating a Post-crisis Plan for Georgia
The Georgian government is working on a strategy for the post-crisis economic plan of the Coronavirus. The document is expected to be released in about two months.
19.5% of Georgians are under the absolute poverty line, according to the 2019 data of Geostat.
The government plans to purchase new, modern-style subway cars.