Georgian PM: ‘No elections on agenda until 2024 as political situation largely stabilized; it’s time to work’

  • Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said recently there will be no elections in the next three years, as the political situation has largely stabilised in the country, adding that it is now time to work, and that the government must help Georgian citizens as much as possible. Photo: Press Office of the Government of Georgia.

Agenda.ge, 10 Jan 2022 - 14:01, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said recently there will be no elections in the next three years, as the political situation has largely stabilised in the country, adding that it is now time to work, and that the government must help Georgian citizens as much as possible.

Garibashvili also noted that the main task of the government this year will be to create new jobs.

Our [the government’s] main task is to reduce poverty and create new jobs... We will create tens of thousands of new jobs for Georgian citizens and reduce poverty. This should be the main concern of the government this year,” Garibashvili said.

The PM also said that the government has already begun working on the creation of public sector jobs.

Garibashvili announced in November 2021 an initiative which aims to provide jobs for socially vulnerable citizens who are fit to work instead of receiving social assistance.

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