Within the framework of the current programme, the amount invested by Georgia is 210 million, - head of the mission of International Monetary Fund, Mercedes Vera-Martin, said at the press conference held together with the Finance Minister of Georgia and the President of the National Bank of Georgia.
According to her, after completing the fourth review of the programme, Georgia will get about $ 40 million and in total, the amount of money allocated for Georgia will amount to USD 210 million.
"The reform programme of the Georgian government includes all the obligations that the country has undertaken within the framework of these reviews. We believe that the economy is developing at a very strong pace”, Mercedes Vera-Martin said.
According to her, economic perspectives are positive, but there are global fluctuations, which will certainly have an impact on Georgia. “This can reduce the economic growth of Georgia. The pace of economic growth of Georgia makes it possible that the reforms be supported and resistance to external shocks be increased and developed," said Mercedes Vera-Martin.