Director of Agriculture Projects Management Agency Giorgi Chkheidze told "Sarke" that presumably, 35-40 million lari will be mobilized from non-budgetary sources for this year's project on spring works assistance. Chkheidze find difficulty in naming specific funds, which will finance the project. "The decision on the subject will be made in January", he noted. To remind, project on land-poor farmers' spring works assistance will launch in February, being funded by 50 million lari from the state budget-2014. In 2013, the same project was implemented with funding of " Cartu Fund " and Rural and Agriculture Development Fund , totaling to 195.8 million lari.
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