The initial supporting mission for the joint Georgia Resilient Agriculture, Irrigation, and Land (GRAIL) Project of the Ministry of Environment and Agriculture and the World Bank has visited Georgia.
During the visit, the parties discussed plans for the upcoming year.
The Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture, Otar Shamugia, held a meeting with Rolande Pryce, World Bank Regional Director for the South Caucasus, Ranu Sinha, the head of GRAIL, and Jan Nijhoff, the co-head of the project.
They discussed the comprehensive aspects of the GRAIL project, which encompass various directions and include significant reforms.
The Regional Director of the World Bank, Rolande Pryce, emphasized the importance of effective coordination between the parties and expressed confidence that the project would bring substantial success to the country.