Georgia, Tbilisi, June 8 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Economic indices increased in May despite the world economic crisis compared to previous months, Georgia's Prime-Minister Nika Gilauri said at regular meeting of the parliament's bureau. The meeting was held in Tbilisi's city administration.
Wages are not frozen. Granting of wages was not postponed, Prime Minister said.
"Economic situation is hard. There problems but we have certain plan. We know what to do and where to go. We also know that the country will return to initial position of economic activity during 3-4 months despite domestic tension in April-May," Gilauri said.
The government had not to take urgent measures as in Baltic countries in which wages of state employees were reduced 10-15 percent. We managed to avoid his danger as a result of the government's work, the parliament chairman David Bakradze said.
Bakradze stressed that national currency and banking sector remain stabile despite difficulties.
"Everything must be priority for any politician as it will create problems for each citizen if there are problems in economy," speaker said.
Bakradze assured that there will be no obstacles in giving social aid to poor people.
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