Over 50M euros to be spent on water supply, sewerage systems in Georgia's Adjara
Baku, Azerbaijan, September 21
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Over 50 million euros will be spent on equipping water supply and sewage systems in Georgian Adjara region, Trend reports citing the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.
The project is being implemented in cooperation with the EU and the German Reconstruction Bank (KFW). In the villages of the districts of Kobuleti, Khelvachauri, Khulo, Shuakhevi and Keda, modern sewage systems and water supply systems will be set up.
The signing ceremony of the document, which provides for the development of special programs for uninterrupted water supply in the villages of Adjara, was attended by Adjara Prime Minister Tornike Rizhvadze, attache of the EU delegation to Georgia Alexander Daras, KFW project manager Bernd Khasel, as well as mayors of Adjara regions.
“Today we signed a very important agreement, which is a prerequisite that more than 200,000 of our citizens will be provided with working infrastructure of sewage and water supply in the villages of Adjara,” Rizhvadze said.
According to him, this project will solve rather serious challenges in the sewage system and water supply in the villages of Adjara.