Czech Republic to allocate $1 million to minimize natural disasters in Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 21 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The Georgian National Agency and the Czech Development Agency formalized an agreement on "Strengthening Georgia's readiness to extreme weather conditions" in the Georgian Ministry of Environment, the ministry told Trend.
According to the information, Georgian Minister of Environment Goga Khachidze and Czech Ambassador to Georgia Ivan Estrab attended the signing ceremony.
The agreement provides for minimizing the consequences of adverse weather processes on the population of Georgia and strengthening the preparedness for extreme weather conditions.
Seven automatic weather and nine automatic hydrological stations will be installed on the territory of Georgia.
The budget of the three-year project amounts to 1.337 million lari ($ 1 = 1.65 lari).