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Japan to sponsor mine clearance works in Georgia2010-12-21 13:06
The ceremony of signing three projects sponsored in the context of "Grusrut and grant assistance to human safety" is going to take place tomorrow in the residence of Japanese ambassador to Georgia, Business Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The projects imply humanitarian mine clearance of Telavski, Sagaredzhoiski and Akhalkalakski regions; deliverance of surgical equipments for treating retinopathy of the prematurely born to Central Children's Hospital named after Iashvili and restoration of the hospital building in Tbilisi for the forcibly displaced persons from Abkhazia.
The projects will be signed by the Embassy of Japan, on the one hand, and by Halo Trust, Central Children's Hospital named after Iashvili and Minister of Labour, Health and Social Protection of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia, on the other hand.
The only point is to find out when and how the whole regions of Georgia have been mined in the absence of any war for two hundred years.