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Merabishvili: dates of credits taken by the farmers will be postponed for 1 year
14:05 20.07.2012
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According to the statement of the Prime-Minister, Vano Merabishvili, dates of credits taken by the farmers of Kakheti for rural-agricultural works will be postponed for 1 year. 

Premier made statement about it on the special briefing held in Kakheti today.

Also, it was reported that the state will cover the amount of accumulated interest.

“We also plan to hand out food packets to the families. We know that many famers suffered because many of them have taken loans, so we decided to postpone the credit dates for 1 year, while the payment of the accumulated interest government is taking on itself”, - the Premier said.  

According to Merabishvili, all the disaster-affected famers and families will be provided the proper assistance. 

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