The head of the Georgian Ministry of Finance is inspired by the budget of 2012
According to the head of the Georgian financial department Dmitry Gvindadze, Georgia will be met the 2012 with "straightened shoulders". As reported by the GHN, the finance minister said this today in the Parliament during the presentation of the draft amendments to the budget for 2011. Such a statement can be made on the basis of existing resources and fiscal stability, the minister said.
"And these resources are needed in order to withstand various external pressures, which emanates from the European crisis", he said.
Earlier, the head of financial-budgetary committee of the Georgian Parliament Zurab Melikishvili said that the country's budget for 2012 is focused on employment. Melikishvili said about this after a recent meeting with the head of the Georgian state. "We talked with the President about budget priorities. The President listened to our concerns. We think that with regard for the Parliament's advice, the consideration of the budget will take a few days. The main guideline will be those results that our citizens are waiting", said the member of parliament from the majority.