The political and economic development of modern Georgia began with the “Rose Revolution” in 2003/2004. Police reform, successful anti-corruption measures, improvement of the investment climate and reform of tax legislation formed the basis for changes in the country. The will to reform domestic policy is high with a view to EU convergence. KfW Development Bank has been operating in Georgia since 1993. Acting on behalf of the German Federal Government, it supports projects in the energy sector, the promotion of sustainable urban development, the protection of the environment and natural resources and vocational training.
KfW Office Tbilisi
Director KfW Office: Birgit Holderied-Kreß
Rustaveli Avenue 42
Griboedovi str. 31
Phone: +995 32 220 03 20