Wednesday, August 20, 2008

American Company Hands Over 10 Breathing Equipments to Georgian Healthcare Ministry

American company ‘General Electronics’ have handed over 10 breathing equipments to the Georgian Healthcare Ministry.According to Levan Bakanidze, Georgian representative of ‘General Electronics’, respiration equipments cost USD 100,000 and they are in deficit in Georgia. The company will deliver humanitarian load in the nearest future, namely two mobile and two surgical equipments, which cost USD 200,000.According to Levan Bakanidze, ‘General Electronics’ is going to hand over resuscitation equipments to Georgia.

No comments: