USA to allocate 63 million US dollars for Georgia

Published in Economics
Monday, 22 February 2016 15:49

U.S. Department of State to allocate 63 million US dollars for Georgia. According to the budgetary documents, the amount will promote democratization, Euro-Atlantic integration and economic development of Georgia. This budget will promote to Russian aggression.
The financial aid will be aimed at enlargement of energetic and economic possibilities for the population that tend to Russia’s influence. 

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