Giorgi Gakharia believes that festive events should be more modest this year, celebrated in a family circle, avoiding our usual large festive parties. Such a statement the Prime Minister of Georgia at the Executive Government Meeting held today.
“We should party on the New Year’s Eve slightly differently this year and our festive events should be more modest, celebrated in a family circle, avoiding our usual large festive parties.
As noted by the Head of Government of Georgia, festivities this year will precondition the degree and ability of our further economic recovery.
The Prime Minister of Georgia focused on the importance of wearing a facemask, which has increased to 65% in the country, though still insufficient.
“This is a special year, with its challenges. Planning of our festivities will precondition the degree and ability of our further economic recovery. Level of compliance with a rule of a uniform wearing of facemasks has been increased to 65%, but still insufficient. Our goal is to increase this indicator to 90 or 95%. These are the levels, at which we can actually re-open our economy. We should do our best to maintain our mobility at a low level or increase it only when all the risks are indemnified. This is our responsibility towards each other, our citizens and our elderly”, - said Giorgi Gakharia.