US wants to improve the efficiency of local authorities in Georgia

RT: USAID will prepare a program to work with local governments in Georgia local government in Georgia and plans to launch a new program to this end. This is reported by RT with reference to a notification for organizations interested in the project.

It is noted that the main goal of the program is to increase the efficiency and accountability of local governments in the country, as well as to improve the interaction of state bodies with citizens. The project should promote decentralization in Georgia.

The notice emphasizes that with the help of the USAID program, it expects to strengthen the legislative base in Georgia, institutional capacity and partnership on the issue of decentralization.

In October, the Georgian Ministry of Defense announced its intention to sign an agreement with the Pentagon. It will be aimed at strengthening Georgia's defense and deterrent capabilities.