The 19th-century chandelier made at the Russian Imperial Factory will light up Atoneli residence in Tbilisi. The President's Administration paid 59,000 USD i.e. 173,141 GEL. Totally, the Administration paid 133,410 USD i.e. 391,112 GEL for 4 antique chandeliers.
According to non-governmental organization IDFI, 2 174 783 GEL was spent on the purchase of antique furniture and interior accessories for the Administration of the President of Georgia, 255 000 GEL was spent on the restoration and 720 225 GEL was spent on the purchase of modern furniture, lightings and curtains.
The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) released the above information about the state resources spent on the President's residence.
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