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Construction of new hospitals will be started in regions
18:44 01.08.2012
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According to the statement of the Prime-Minister, construction of new hospitals will be started in several regions.

Vano Merabishvili made statement about it during the government session held in Kutaisi today.

According to him, the government’s aim is to have hospitals in every region of Georgia.

We are going to meet the farmers and tell them about our plans and about the ways we are going to help them. They need to have stable sales base in order to have protected business. Also, we are planning carry out very significant work in Kutaisi in terms of employment”, - Merabishvili said. 

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