In 2021, Georgia should
receive financial assistance from the United States in the amount of $ 132
million, but the real amount might be 15% less - until the US Department of
State sees the country's progress in building democratic institutions, in the
rule of law, and in the fight against corruption.
the Committee on Budget and Finance
US oil and gas firm Frontera
In the opinion of Redix CEO Lasha Papashvili, the decision to cut financial assistance to Georgia is exaggerated, since the main problem in the country is a pandemic that prevents a full recovery of the economy.
“Georgia’s business climate with respect to foreign companies can’t cause cuts in financial assistance. The attitude of the USA towards the problems in Georgia is exaggerated. Today a pandemic is the country's main concern in terms of the business climate, ”the businessman points out.