Economic recovery and revival should not be delayed any further, - stated Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia during the session of the government today.
"Today, we are fighting on two fronts and we understand well that the issues pertaining to economic recovery and revival are moving to the forefront more and more every day, as time goes by; this issue is becoming more and more significant and problematic and its resolution must not be further postponed. However, we must all understand that unless every recommendation issued by the Ministry of Healthcare in terms of changes to the regulations governing our everyday lives, as well as the daily activities of companies are observed, it will be difficult for us to talk about economic recovery“, - Gakharia declared.
According to him, opening of economy may start a bit earlier if citizens take responsibility.
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