As PM Giorgi Gakharia stated, the inhabitants will receive the supply with the helicopter before the infrastructure is repaired.
"Overal, rehabilitation of damages might need up to 50 000 000 GEL. In reality, due to the absence of electricity the inhabitants don't have contact with the outside world, so first of all, this information is important to them and then for the rest. Therefore, we should say that Ghebi, Patara Ghebi, Glola da Shovi are the villages where unfortunately we'll have to conduct roadworks to approach them gradually. However, we were promised that provided the wheater is good, the electricity will be restored in about one week. We'll have a connection to all these villages on an everyday basis by helicopter. We'll help people who want to enter the area and withdraw them who want to leave, the supplies will be provided and there won't be any problems. The local authorities are responsible for this", - stated Gakharia.
In addition, the PM noted that as soon as the road is opened, the geologists will visit the site and examine it.
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