The Messenger, Georgia
Dec 1 2006


Construction begins on Armenian-Georgian electricity transmission
line

Construction of a 600 kilowatt electrical line connecting Armenia and
Georgia has started, construction will be complete in 2 to 3 years.
The total cost of the project is USD 50 million out of which Georgia
will pay USD 25 million.
Deputy Minister of Energy Achiko Nikolaishvili says that construction
of the line is a very important project for guaranteeing the
country's energy security and connecting Armenian and Georgian energy
structures.