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Georgia’s PM promotes Mtskheta-Mtianeti region

Friday, April 24
Tourism, agriculture and manufacturing are promising areas that will aid the development of Mtskheta-Mtianeti’s economic potential, believes Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili.

Gharibashvili mobilised central and regional Government representatives, businessmen and potential investors in Gudauri and introduced them to the various opportunities available in the region and promised "full Governmental support” if they put extra effort into doing business there.

"Agriculture can be developed in this region in the following directions: cattle breeding, sheep breeding, producing milk, meat, fruit and vegetables, beekeeping, market gardening, fruit growing and greenhouse development,” Garibashvili said.

"Mtskheta city has potential in fruit processing, producing natural juices and having a confectionery factory. In the region people can also produce textiles,” he added.

"In Kazbegi it is possible to create a logistics centre and produce wool products as well as traditional souvenirs. In Tianeti, one can produce ecologically clean products,” Garibashvili noted.

Mtskheta-Mtianeti is the sixth region of Georgia where Garibashvili has recently visited for the purpose of promoting the economic potential of Georgia’s regions.

Promoting Georgia’s regions was part of the Governmental program Strong Region for Strong Georgia. (