Zurab Pataradze holds Working Meeting with KFW Representatives

The Chairman of Adjara AR Government held a working meeting with the KFW representatives. Marion Knesh, Infrastructure Team Leader in Post-Soviet Space; Thomas Wolf, German Development Bank (KFW) Representative in Regional Development Issues; Bernd Hassel, Project Manager in Adjara and Levan Tsitsqishvili, Senior Coordinator of Project attended the meeting as well as George Ermakov, Mayor of Batumi and Ramaz Bolkvadze, Minister of Finance and Economy of Adjara. The sides estimated the ongoing projects financed by the German Development Bank and talked about the future stage of their implementation.

George Ermakov and Ramaz Bolkvadze shared their views with the guests. Zurab Pataradze thanked them for implemented and ongoing projects and expressed readiness to be actively involved in future cooperation as well.

‘I am glad that another meeting was held with KFW representatives. We have been cooperating for many years. As a result, we have many implemented, ongoing and future projects. We are ready to support you when circumstances appear while carrying out projects. I would like to note that works are done timely and quality. Projects should be carried out by taking into account the people’s interests,’ – Zurab Pataradze said.

Infrastructure team leader, Marion Knesh talked about water supply and sewerage systems rehabilitation project in Adjara district and rural communities. Water supply and sewerage systems rehabilitation project is planned to continue in mountainous municipalities of Adjara. The German development bank allocated 20 million Gel to finance this project. Marion Knesh has also noted the projects carried out in Adjara has a particular importance, so their implementation is under special attention.

George Ermakov, Mayor of Batumi informed the guests about the Batumi Municipal Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project.

At the end, representatives of the donor organization expressed their gratitude towards Adjara AR Government representatives for their support and hope for future cooperation.


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