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German Ambassador's visit to ASB Georgia's Office

On February 14, German Ambassador to Georgia, Ernst Peter Fischer visited ASB Georgia’s office. Representatives of ASB Georgia, Unite Together, Ukrainian beneficiaries of ASB’s projects (Cash Transfer program, Winterization, Summer School) and representatives of IDP Agency attended the meeting. During the visit, Ukrainian beneficiaries openly discussed their current living situations, difficulties they face while with living in a foreign country, the support system and future plans. 


ASB Georgia’s director Clemens von Heimendahl discussed technical details with implementing the programs and the amount of support Ukrainians have received so far. The beneficiaries expressed gratitude for German’s cash assistance and Georgia’s willingness to support Ukrainian citizens in Georgia. Representatives of IDP Agency further discussed state’s support for Ukrainians, current situation, their involvement and other details. At the end of the meeting, the sides expressed their desire to continue cooperation.

ASB Georgia with the financial assistance of Federal Foreign Office and Aktion Deutschland Hilft and in partnership with People in Need (PIN), Unite Together, The Samaritan Association (SSK) and IDP Agency, implements three programs (Cash Transfer program, Winterization, Summer School) to support Ukrainians in Georgia.

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