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President visited Ozurgeti
11:29 30.07.2012
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Georgian president visited the village Bakhva, Ozurgeti region, met with the locals and listened to their problems.

Also, the First Person of the state introduced the government’s plans and priorities to them.

President spoke about insurance packages, GEL 1000 vouchers and increased pensions, which pensioners will receive from September.

Mikheil Saakashvili also toured the coastline and observed currently undergoing works in Ureki.

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