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The government will allocate GEL 4 million for agriculture development
12:38 04.08.2012
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The government will allocate GEL 4 million for agriculture development. Georgian Prime-Minister Vano Merabishvili made announcement about it during his stay in Racha.  

According to him, strong village will help the whole country.

“Culture of rural economy need further development in mountains, plains and various regions. We shall help farmers with techniques while it will be needed”, - Prime-Minister said.

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