According to the first ten months of 2019, the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure has spent GEL 1 billion 480 million 100 thousand for the implementation of infrastructure projects throughout the country.
Accordingly, the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure has fulfilled the state budget by 74% as 10 months of 2019.
The allocated funds have been distributed to the Ministry's subordinate departments as follows:
- Department of Roads - GEL 944 million 700 thousand, which is 73% of the annual adjusted plan;
- LEPL Georgia Municipal Development Fund - GEL 281 million 500 thousand, which is 80% of the annual adjusted plan;
- LLC United Water Supply Company of Georgia - GEL 192 million 900 thousand, which is 77% of the annual adjusted plan;
- LLC Solid Waste Management Company - GEL 14 million 400 thousand, which is 76% of the annual adjusted plan.
To note, the Ministry spent 626 million GEL i.e. 73% more in 10 months comparing to the previous year.
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