USAID allocates $64 million to strengthen Georgia’s self-reliance
USAID will allocate more than $64 million to strengthen Georgia’s self-reliance and Euro-Atlantic aspirations, the US Embassy in Georgia announced yesterday, Georgia Today reports.
“USAID is proud to continue to partner with Georgia on deepening democratic development, supporting inclusive economic growth, and countering malign influence.”
“During these difficult times, we reaffirm our support for the Georgian people. This week, Georgia’s Parliament ratified amendments to our Development Assistance Agreements with the Government of Georgia. This allows USAID/Georgia to move forward with more than $64 million in funding to strengthen Georgia’s self-reliance and Euro-Atlantic aspirations,” the Embassy said in its official statement.