Levan Koberidze, deputy chairman of the parliamentary fraction “Independent MPs”, does not rule out that the regulations are beneficial for chain clinics.
Members of the fraction are meeting with clinics today. As Koberidze says, representatives of chain clinics have not arrived.
However, according to the MP, the representative of Evex Clinic came to the first meeting and has not attended the sessions since then.
“None of the clinics that came today is a networking organization. These are separate, high-profile, high-quality clinics and those 25 clinics already applied to the Minister. Evex was the only one, but no longer attends the meetings. I do not rule out that the regulations are beneficial for chain clinics”, Koberidze said.
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