Georgia's epidemiological situation, recently stiffened coronavirus restrictions, measures supporting citizens and businesses, and preparation stages for vaccination were the main issues discussed at the online meeting presided over by Deputy Prime Minister Maia Tskitishvili. Representatives of international financial institutions and donors attended the meeting.
According to the government's Press Office, plans related to the management of the epidemiological situation were discussed at the video conference, at which Natia Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Deputy Health Minister Tamar Gabunia and Head of the NCDC Amiran Gamkrelidze were involved.
International partners were also informed of those compensation packages the government offers to the public and business sector.
International Financial Institutions expressed readiness to provide Georgia with support in the future too. The role of donor organizations and international financial institutions was also emphasized at the meeting.
German Ambassador to Georgia Hubert Knirsch, Adviser to the Ambassador Julien Crampes, Head of European Investment Bank (EIB) Regional Representation for the South Caucasus Maciej Czura, Asian Development Bank's Country Director Shane Rosenthal, World Bank Regional Director Sebastian-A Molineus, EBRD Regional Director Catarina Bjorlin Hansen, Head of IMF in Georgia, Selim Cakir, and UN Resident Coordinator in Georgia Sabine Machl participated in the meeting.