Georgia needs “unity and patience” to overcome serious challenges ahead, President Saakashvili said on January 28.
“This will not be an easy struggle, but we can win this struggle in case of our unity, political stability and patience,” he said.
Speaking with the doctors fro the emergency medical aid, Saakashvili also said that the authorities would continue efforts to strengthen democracy.
“We will work with the parliamentary opposition over increasing the parliament’s role, for implementing reforms in the judiciary and for existence of more open, diverse and interesting media,” he said.
He then reiterated about the government’s plans to invest GEL 2.2 billion in infrastructure development, which, he said, would help to create 25,000 jobs.
He also said that the state agencies should “tighten their belts” and cut administrative expenses by at least 10%.