Chinese company, with which Georgia canceled contract, was to provide up to 200,000 rapid tests to Georgia

The Chinese company, with which the Ministry of Health of Georgia canceled a contract, was to provide up to 200,000 rapid tests to Georgia.

As InterPressNews was told by the Ministry of IDPs from the Occupied Territories, Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia, according to the contract, the Chinese company was to bring 200,000 tests to Georgia stage by stage.

The statement on cancellation of the contract was made today by Minister of Health Ekaterine Tikaradze after the end of the Coordination Council session, while Deputy Minister of Health Tamar Gabunia said that the Chinese company, from which Georgia was going to buy tests, informed the Georgian side about defects itself, after which, the contract was canceled.

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