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Gurjaani Based Soup Kitchen Temporarily Ceased Working

14.01.2011
Gurjaani based both Soup Kitchens ceased working for some time. 160 socially disabled people have not had dinner at the Soup Kitchen for several days already.

Chairman of the Gurjaani municipal board Zakaria Iaganashvili reported to the Kakheti News Center that the administration will announce competition on the supply of the Soup Kitchen and as soon as the winner company is announced, the Soup Kitchens will renew working.

“The delay will not last for a long time. They will renew working at the end of the month. In 2010, 80 000 GEL was allocated form the budget for both Kitchens,” said Zakaria Iaganashvili.

Kakheti News Center 
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2011-02-18 21:35
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