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In 2011, USA will allocate 87 million dollars to Georgia2011-04-15 17:04
This year, U.S. government is ready to allocate 87 million dollars to Georgia. As was reported by Business Georgia, such information was voiced at the meeting of the USA Congress Foreign Relations Committee dedicated to the issues of international financial assistance.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Participants of the meeting called Georgia U.S.' associate and a successful model of a country. In their opinion, money invested in this country brings definite result.
Congress members especially focused on the means allocated to Georgia after 2008. In their opinion, financial assistance should be provided further on. "We must spend each dollar properly and help those countries that are our associates. Only in this way our money can be efficient and productive...", - Congressman Dan Barton declared at the committee session.