Ivanishvili upset by pace of plant construction in Georgia
Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili said on May 6 that he considers the pace of plant construction in the country to be unsatisfactory. According to him, the government's plan was to build 60 plants, one in each district of Georgia.
«Maybe we will implement the plan, but the process has been slow so far. Perhaps the reasons are more objective than subjective. It is difficult to carry out an analysis at the moment. To tell the truth, I've been somewhat passive for a month, an investigation is ongoing, and I am in a bad mood. The team knew that there is an investigation, and moved all its attention to it, and even tried to convince me to suspend it. Naturally, I did not interfere and do not intend to interfere with the investigation. To be honest, I was a little upset,» Ivanishvili admitted.
Adapted from Vestnik Kavkaza