"We encouraged the Prime Minister, but he told us that he is strong. It is very valuable for us," businessman Soso Pkhakadze said after the meeting with the Prime Minister.
According to Pkhakadze, business has a positive attitude towards such meetings, as it brings kindness, especially when open and transparent conversation takes place.
"We encouraged the Prime Minister. He told us that he was strong. It is quite valuable because we live in an extraordinary environment. Business has its responsibilities, the government has its own and the citizens have their responsibilities. People who are employed should not come to work if they have any health problems, etc.," Soso Pkhakadze said.
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