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Mercedes Vera-Martin

Georgia Deepening Relations with IMF

Georgian Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri has met with Mrs. Mercedes Vera-Martin, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission for Georgia, who is paying her first visit to Tbilisi.

The parties discussed Georgia-IMF cooperation issues, the current economic situation in Georgia and the whole Region, fiscal policy issues, institutional and tax reforms in Georgia.

At the meeting the parties also discussed the priorities as part of the 4-clause program of the Government, the arrangement planned by the Government for acceleration of economic growth paces.

Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri stressed the importance of cooperation with the IMF. He expressed hopes that the IMF mission head’s visit to Tbilisi will be fruitful and active communication will be continued with the IMF.

It is much honor for me to work on Georgia’s issues at the IMF and to foster the Georgian Government to implement efficient macroeconomic policy, Mrs. Mercedes Vera-Martin noted.

The meeting was attended by the Deputy Finance Ministers and heads of departments, the IMF resident representative in Georgia Francois Painchaud.