Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug.20 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Problems with a liquefied gas deficit in Georgia will be addressed in the coming days, chairman of Union of Petroleum Products Importers, Vano Mtvralashvili said on Monday.
He said the deficit of liquefied gas emerged in recent days due to a decrease in supplies.
"Transportation of liquefied gas in tanks to Georgia has already started. In the coming days, there will be no gas deficit," Mtvralashvili said.
He said the cost of gas which rose during the deficit, will be reduced accordingly.