Saakashvili: the authorities did not left anyone in a difficult moment
According to the Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili, the current government of the republic is distinguished from its predecessors in that never leaves its citizens in difficult times, as the "GHN" reported.
"The government has kept its promise and has provided compensation to the inhabitants of Racha, who had suffered in 2009 from an earthquake in the region, and has opened new facilities and continues the process of building - he said. - The region is now entering a new stage".
Earlier, Saakashvili said that Georgian neighbors are developing rapidly, and therefore Sakartvelo must keep up with them, reports the "GHN".
"This is completely unacceptable - he said. - We should have a growth which is manifested in the construction of hydroelectric power stations, particularly in Racha, Javakheti, and throughout Georgia".
However, the Georgian leader said that the number of tourists visiting the republic on holiday should grow each year. "In 2013, there will be done what has never been done in Georgia - Saakashvili has promised. - There will be good roads everywhere and water will be everywhere. If these projects are realized, the unemployment rate should fall to 10 percent".