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Tones of Water Spilling in Dusheti, Workers’ Strike Ongoing

29.09.2011
At Rustaveli St. in Dusheti tones of water has been spilling from the damaged pipe of drinking water. As the residents of Rustaveli St stated to Mtskheta-Mtianeti Information Center, the population is provided with water twice a week for several hours. Nobody pays attention to the damaged pipe.

“The pipe is damaged and there are puddles everywhere. We addressed Dusheti water provision service center but they have not solved the problem yet,” – noted the resident of Rustaveli St. Natela Verdzeuli.

The director of Dusheti service center of United Water Provision Company of Georgia Vakhtang Kipshidze does not comment on the issue.

The technical department of Dusheti Service Center of Water Provision Company is paralyzed. More than ten workers are on strike. They are blaming the head of the service center in indifference and corruption and are requesting his resignation.

Mtskheta-Mtianeti Information Center

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