At the initiative of the Prime Minister, a parliamentary session of the parliamentary majority and the Cabinet of Ministers will be held at the Borjomi Likani Hotel on June 19-20.
A 10-year development plan of the country initiated by the Prime Minister will be discussed at the meeting.
According to the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Natia Turnava improvement of a 10-year development plan for the country is at the last stage.
Bm.ge has inquired how much the Prime Minister's Investment Advisor Vazil Hudak is familiar with Georgia and if there is a strategy according to which he will work.
"Mr. Vazil Hudak knows Georgian investment environment very well. He was the director of the European Investment Bank for many years and visited Georgia many times. We have prepared a separate strategy, which will be included in the 10-year plan, and it is about attracting foreign investments, and we will refine this strategy together with Mr. Hudak," Turnava said.
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