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Foreign Minister highlights Govt’s efforts for Georgia’s sustainable development

By Messenger Staff
Monday, April 25
Georgia’s Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze stated that the current Government of Georgia is doing its best to ensure high-level justice, equality and the protection of human rights in Georgia.

The Minister widely spoke about the major targets of Georgia’s development that were aimed at the country’s fast integration into the European family, creating a safe and stable environment for people and providing economic progress.

He stressed the Government had launched an ‘ambitious agenda’ to defeat Georgia’s main challenge - unemployment.

Within the context of sustainable development, the Minister highlighted the Government’s four-point reform agenda that envisaged fundamental changes in education, the economy, infrastructure and governance.

Janelidze said the systemic reforms in education would provide demand-based professionals, high-level infrastructure and economic benefits, as well as easy and timely Governmental service for businesses would serve the country’s sustainable development.

The Minister also spoke about Georgia’s two occupied regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and emphasised the role of local authorities and the international community in solving the frozen conflicts.

Janelidze said the Georgian Government, together with its foreign partners, would do its utmost for the people living in the occupied regions to also benefit from the country’s development and achievements.

Janelidze and the current Government are being strongly criticized by the opposition, who say it was the current leadership that brought the country to the current economic crisis.

The opposition parties strongly advise people not to vote for the Georgian Dream Government in the upcoming October parliamentary elections.