Georgian Finance Minister reviews cooperation during US meetings with World Bank and IMF


Georgian Finance Minister Lasha Khutsishvili discussed Georgia’s cooperation with international financial institutions as part of his ongoing visit to the United States for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group.

Khutsishvili met Anna Bjerde, the World Bank’s vice president for Europe and Central Asia, and Koen Davidse, the bank’s executive director, during the visit, the finance ministry said on Wednesday.

The parties reviewed the existing productive and effective cooperation between Georgia and the World Bank,” the ministry said.

During the meeting, the parties discussed the current and future projects of the World Bank in Georgia, the macroeconomic situation of the country in the pandemic and post-pandemic periods, the dynamics of economic recovery in the face of challenges in the region. of the Black Sea and the problems of budgetary policy for the years 2022-2023.

Khutsishvili noted that despite the challenges, Georgia would continue to implement structural reforms, including management of state finances and investments, reforms of state enterprises, capital market development and others. said the ministry.

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