Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili has today hosted the last Governmental meeting, where he evaluated the Cabinet of Ministers’ activities over the last four year before the country’s new Parliament approves new Government in the coming days, Agenda.ge reports.
Addressing the ministers in the afternoon Kvirikashvili stressed "we can say now we all had done the job over the last four years that was very important for our country and people.”
Kvirikashvili stressed he was "most proud” that the key priority for the Georgian Dream Government was "a human”: "That’s why we offered the General Healthcare Program that enabled thousands of our people receive free treatment. We paid much attention to our socially vulnerable and internally displaced population,” the PM stressed.
Kvirikashvili stated it was a "very big progress” now people could freely express their views, have a free right of choice, free court and media. In fact, in all directions, in terms of democracy or economics, Georgia shows advancement according to the surveys and reports released by international organisations. Implementing of the reforms will definitely provide more welfare for our people,” Kvirikashvili stated.