Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili presented former Vice-President of the European Investment Bank, Vazil Hudák, as Special Advisor for Investments.
PM said Vazil Hudák is well acquainted with the Georgian economic team and would help with the plan to restore the Covid-19 pandemic-hit economy in the country rapidly. The attraction of foreign investments plays a key role in the plan, PM claimed.
“He will focus his activities on the strategically important priority investment projects, cooperate with the international financial institutions, investment funds and banks,” Garibashvili noted.
Vazil Hudák has been a vice-president of the European Investment Bank since October 2016. He was engaged in Slovak politics since 2012, first as the State Secretary at the Ministry of Finance and from 2015 until 2016, he was the Minister of Economy.