Georgia to allocate $8.5mln on construction of emergency medical assistance centers

 Georgia to allocate $8.5mln on construction of emergency medical assistance centers

Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said that 20 million GEL ($8.5 million) has been allocated for the construction of emergency medical assistance centers and ambulances in Georgia’s regions.

Speaking at a briefing today, Bakhtadze said the government carries out special programs to ensure equal development of the Georgian regions and provide them with all required services.

300 ambulances will be rehabilitated and more than 100 new ones as well as 40 emergency centers will be constructed, Agenda.ge reported.

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