Multilateral agencies begin Georgia mission

Officials from multilateral agencies landed in Georgia on Monday to begin a 13-day needs-assessment mission.

A team from the World Bank, the UN, the European Investment Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Commission will assess the financial requirements and identify priority areas for the country, ravaged by the conflict with Russia.

The mission follows a request by the Georgian government for the agencies to investigate how

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