GD Faction Chair names de-occupation as main challenge

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“Georgia faces many challenges, but the main one is de-occupation. Taking this path is cautious but interesting when one chooses a way of peace, persuasion and reconciliation, and messages of development, one makes certain changes for the welfare of the country and our brothers and sisters,” said Mamuka Mdinaradze, Chair of the parliamentary Georgian Dream (GD) faction in a live interview with Imedi TV.

Mamuka Mdinaradze elaborated on different challenges and remarked that PM nominee Irakli Kobakhidze would have much work ahead.

The GD Faction Chair noted that when presenting his program at the GD Congress on February 1, Irakli Kobakhidze focused on unification, reconciliation and the victory of kindness over evil.

“This was a strong message, and the second priority was overcoming poverty and economic development. The development would assist in resolving another issue, de-occupation. These issues are linked. The European way and economic development are so strongly intertwined in the best sense that they require more than simple actions. He (Kobakhidze) also noted that we have come very close to these goals in the last three years,” he said.





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GD Faction Chair names de-occupation as main challenge

2024/02/67867-1706865309.jpg
Read: 716     13:00     02 Февраль 2024    

“Georgia faces many challenges, but the main one is de-occupation. Taking this path is cautious but interesting when one chooses a way of peace, persuasion and reconciliation, and messages of development, one makes certain changes for the welfare of the country and our brothers and sisters,” said Mamuka Mdinaradze, Chair of the parliamentary Georgian Dream (GD) faction in a live interview with Imedi TV.

Mamuka Mdinaradze elaborated on different challenges and remarked that PM nominee Irakli Kobakhidze would have much work ahead.

The GD Faction Chair noted that when presenting his program at the GD Congress on February 1, Irakli Kobakhidze focused on unification, reconciliation and the victory of kindness over evil.

“This was a strong message, and the second priority was overcoming poverty and economic development. The development would assist in resolving another issue, de-occupation. These issues are linked. The European way and economic development are so strongly intertwined in the best sense that they require more than simple actions. He (Kobakhidze) also noted that we have come very close to these goals in the last three years,” he said.





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