Georgian Agriculture Minister Levan Davitashvili says that there is no risk of food shortages in Georgia due to the coronavirus.
Davitashvili met the heads of the large supermarkets earlier today to discuss food stocks and the issue of price regulation.
Along with the fight against the spread of the new coronavirus, we are continuously working with all stakeholders involved in providing food to the population,” said Davitashvili.
Davitashvili discussed food stocks and the issue of price regulation at the meeting. Photo: Ministry of Agriculture.
He said that the main goal is to avoid an absurd increase in prices and not to have an interruption in the food supply.
Monitoring is carried out every day to protect the interests of the population as much as possible,” said Davitashvili.
He noted that based on the Georgian supply chain of supermarkets there is no any foundation for interruption in the food supply.