Another subsidized flight will be carried out for Georgian students studying in Berlin in the near future, stated Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia at today’s meeting at Government Administration.
According to the head of the government, the educational process in different countries starts in stages and the Georgian government continues to help Georgian students to gradually return to the cities where they study.
“We have already made three such subsidized flights and transferred about 500 students to different cities in Europe. Another flight to Berlin will be launched in the near future. We will continue to do so,” said the Prime Minister.
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