Korean Eximbank to assist in improving Georgia’s sewage and water supply system
Baku, Azerbaijan, October 2
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
The Export–Import Bank of Korea, also commonly known as the Korea Eximbank, will assist in improving the sewage system and water supply in Georgia, Trend reports citing the Georgian media outlets.
Deputy ministers of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia Mzia Giorgobiani and Grigol Katsia met with representatives of the Korea Eximbank. The purpose of the meeting was to study the needs under the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) to improve the sewage system and water supply in rural Georgia.
In order to improve services in the sector and fill the existing gaps, specific recommendations will be prepared for both technological solutions and management experience for the regions.
The program will begin in November this year and will last about a year.
Currently, the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia is implementing water supply and sanitation infrastructure projects with the support of various development partners throughout Georgia for both urban and rural communities.
The main goal of these projects is to build a new and rehabilitate the appropriate infrastructure to ensure round-the-clock water supply to the population.