Georgian government will study the potential of more than 100 resorts and then, bring them for sale,- Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili stated about it.
"We have about 300 resorts in Georgia, most of which are not functioning," the Prime Minister said, adding that the task of the government is to maximize the potential.
According to him, the government has invested at least GEL 200 million in the budget, which is planned to rehabilitate the most popular resorts.
"According to our decision, the current situation of more than 100 climatic and balneological resorts has been studied. We have about 300 climatic and balneological resorts in Georgia, many of which simply do not function. Our task is to make the most of this potential. We will have a separate presentation in a short period of time, we have to bring these resorts for sale, including balneological resorts. Before we tell you to put at least GEL 200 million in the budget, we will start with the rehabilitation of the following resorts: Borjomi, Bakuriani, Kazbegi, Mestia, Tskaltubo, Batumi, Kutaisi, we also have the same plan in Mtskheta and are going to implement very interesting projects in the direction of Barisakho-Roshka, Manglisi-Sioni and Omalo", - the Prime Minister said.
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