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USA to Allocate Half Million USD to Boost Strategic Communications in Georgia

United States of America (USA) will allocate 0.5 MLN USD to Georgia to boost the strategic communications of the country.

As noted by Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia at the briefing held prior to the Executive Government Meeting today, country is challenged by the aggressive propaganda masterminded by hostile forces. In the opinion of the Head of the Government of Georgia, USA has allocated funding to address these very challenges.

“We have developed a very significant Action Plan together with our strategic partner. It was for this very challenge that US State Department has allocated half a million USD. It is aimed at boosting the strategic communications. It is a unique project, which reaffirms the solid support of US Government towards western integration of Georgia” stated the Prime Minister.

According to the Head of the Government of Georgia, this funding will be channeled to the Information Centre on NATO and EU, which should ensure the nation-wide public awareness on the benefits expected from European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Georgia and its citizens.