Tbilisi, Georgia, Sept. 30
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Special headquarters was established in Georgia for handling emergency situations related to heavy raining in the country.
The headquarters is operating around the clock, and is headed by the Security and Crisis Management Council Secretary Mindia Janelidze, the council said in a message Sept. 30.
The headquarters was established following a recent landslide at the Mestia-Khaishi motorway, where the restoration work has recently been completed.
Water is being pumped from flooded homes in Georgia's Guria and Imereti regions, amid continuing heavy rains.
Moreover, the power supply was restored in five villages of the Chokhatauri district, the city of Poti, and a part of the city of Lanchkhuti.
Work is also underway to restore electricity supply to several villages in the Ozurgeti region. The clearing of the Batumi-Akhaltsikhe road section is underway as well.