The launch of Vani archeological museum and Vani old settlement rehabilitation project

Rehabilitation/ reconstruction works for Vani archeological museum and Vani old settlement entire territory is implemented by Municipal Development Fund of Georgia. Cost of this large scale infrastructural project amount to Gel 14,6Mln and is financed by World bank and Government of Georgia. The project includes complex works which covers the following: Vani archeological museum, old settlement territory, access road and equipping archeological museum.


Water waste treatment plant is being built in Kobuleti

First Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure - Ilia Darchiashvili inspected construction works of the sewage treatment plant in Kobuleti.

Within the frameworks of the project cleansing tank will be built.  Underground communications will be improved and surrounding area will be greened.   After the completion of the construction works waste water will be cleaned permanently. The new WWTP will minimize sea pollution by the waste water and will solve the many years problem for the locals and tourists.


Taking care for strengthen municipalities is being actively continued together with the EU

Council of Europe and the European Union, together with the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure, within the framework of the Eastern Partnership, implements the first joint project "Strengthening the institutional framework for local self-government" in Georgia. Deputy Minister of the Regional Development and Infrastructure Tengiz Shergelashvili took a part in the joint review of the project.


The residents of Poti will be provided with improved water supply

Construction of the water supply system was completed in Poti. The open ceremony of the project was attended by the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia, Nodar Javakhishvili, Acting Director of the United Water Supply Company Nugzar Khutsishvili and local government representatives.

Minister inspected  newly constructed object and the completed works on Nabada area together with representatives of donor organizations, Local Authorities and the United Water Supply Company officials.


The tourist infrastructure will be arranged at Ubisa Monastery

First Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure  Ilia Darchiashvili, together with the executive director of the Municipal Development Fund Juansher Burchuladze visited restoration works of Ubisa monastery and tourist infrastructure around it.  The Municipal Development Fund implements the rehabilitation works by co-finance of  the world bank and government of Georgia. The project aims to develop tourism infrastructure in Georgia and to promote the preservation of cultural heritage.