Temur Chkonia, the founder of Coca-Cola Bottlers Georgia declares, that if a business cannot take care of itself, the state cannot look after it either. Chkonia declared that after a meeting with the Prime Minister.
The businessman noted that the conversation at the meeting was held in a constructive manner, but he personally did not ask questions to Giorgi Gakharia.
"I did not say anything. They called me and I came. There should be talk about state issues and I will take care of myself. Of course, business is a state, but the business must take care of itself. We must talk together what we can do for the state and business, but if a business cannot take care of itself, the state cannot look after it either," Temur Chkonia said.
After the meeting with the Prime Minister, the President of the Georgian Business Association, Soso Pkhakadze, says that the government will consider additional mitigation of restrictions in the next 2 weeks depending on the epidemiological condition. They also talk about lifting the curfew.
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