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New Vehicles and Uniforms for Ambulance Staff

Published: August 8, 2013 | 12:47 pm
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The old ambulance vehicles will be replaced by new Fiat models in Tbilisi. It cost 3 700 000 GEL to import the vehicles, together with the internal equipment. The capital is currently served by 80 ambulance vehicles, 20 of which are already new. All the older models will be replaced by September. The interior of the vehicles is being equipped at the local Fiat Centre.
Along with the new vehicles, ambulance staff will also be given new uniforms, the first of which arrived on 5 July. The uniforms have been manufactured in Georgia, at a cost of 154 400 GEL. 1000 new uniforms have been produced for the summer.

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