‘Georgian Pension reform is a cornerstone of social stability, as well as, long-term, high-principled reform for the country’s economy,’ Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia told reporters today.
Georgian PM added that at the initial stage Levan Surguladze performed his functions pretty well. His decision to resign has personal reasons.
I cannot comment on his personal decision. The agency has different leaders. According to the rules of the agency, he was, in fact, a manager.
The agency has a board and many other executives.
The highly respected man said he wants to quit and I can’t force him to stay. He promised to pray,’ the Prime Minister said.