Thursday, September 4, 2008

Financial aid for Georgia for rehabilitation works

The International Monetary Fund has offered a 750 million dollar credit line to Georgia, the Wall Street Journal reports. Its article states that the U.S. and EU are working on a plan to allocate 2 billion dollars in aid, and the International Monetary Fund will confirm the precise allocation of these funds at the end of the week.

This financial aid is designed to be applied for the rehabilitation of infrastructure damaged by the Russian aggression.

1 comment:

Pedro said...

Saakashvily makes wars. Europe funds.
This this happen with the palestinians also.
While arafat bombs europe kept sending him cash.
Check online the article Arafat bombs europe pays.

Now Saakashvily does make war. Europe does fund his adventures.

Saaskashvily makes war. Europe pays