The Prime Minister of Georgia has said that people living in the mountainous regions will enjoy allowances according to the new law.
As the Prime Minister said during his visit to Beshumi mountainous region today, pensions will be increased for people living in the mountainous regions, while doing business will be free. Prime Minister Gharibashvili said the government’s task is to keep people in the mountains.
“We did not have any law on mountains and mountainous regions were completely abandoned. Our government’s promise was adoption of a law on the mountain. The new law includes a number of social benefits, increase of pensions and also allowances for teachers. Doing business will be completely free. Our main task is to keep people in mountainous regions. This is our main wealth and capital, and we need to keep it”, said the PM.