During a visit to Georgia’s southwestern Adjara region, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili stated on Sunday, March 3, that he started visiting the regions of Georgia to personally check the ongoing progress of infrastructure works.
PM Garibashvili recalled his old visits to the Georgian Municipalities during the 2021 pre-election campaign, saying he had promised a lot of initiatives to the local residents of the Adjara region and he would inspect the sites during his ongoing regional tour.
The Georgian PM noted that ongoing works pertaining to urban development projects are taking place in all municipalities.
Earlier today, Garibashvili paid a visit to the Kerki dry fruit company in Adjara’s small townlet of Keda. He spoke with the owners and employees of Kerki, emphasising the importance of local businesses in boosting output and creating new employment.
Dry fruit, nuts, candied peels, and traditional Georgian desserts – churchkhela and tklapi are among the five types of products produced by Kerki.
He went to see a beekeeping farm in the same town later, emphasising the important role of the apiculture field.
Following that, the Georgian Prime Minister paid a visit to a local farmer’s vineyard in the town of Dzentsmani, remarking that the state-run agricultural programmes had helped to replace imported items with locally produced ones.
Garibashvili also examined the active rehabilitation works by the coastal strip in the seaside town of Kobuleti, as well as the construction of a weightlifting base in the resort town of Chakvi.