In 1995-2017, the amount of financial assistance provided to Georgia's public institutions freely comprises a total of 2,4 billion US dollars. The largest share of free financial assistance was provided to Georgia by the Unites States, while among international organizations it was the European Union. In 1995-2017, state agencies received targeted financial assistance and grants from various donor organizations–221,34 million US dollars.
IDFI's study on expenditures of the contingency fund of the Government of Georgia revealed the following tendencies: From 2013 to 2017, a total of more than 595 million GEL was spent from the contingency fund of GoG. In this period, the most funds were spent in 2016 – more than 172 million GEL; The size of the contingency fund increased by a minimum of 80% on an annual basis when compared to the planned budget; etc.
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n 2015-2017, 11 428 cases of deporting Georgian citizens were reported; The cases of deportation of Georgian citizens are most common in Turkey, Germany, Israel and Russia.
IDFI's analysis of the statistics of refusal to enter Georgia to foreign citizens at the Georgian border revealed the following findings: The number of refusals to let foreign citizens enter the country has been declining over the past 4 years. In the last four years, most refusals of entry were given to the citizens of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Russia, Iran and India. The citizens of these countries made up 58% of all those who were refused entry into the country.
In 2015-2017, a total of 1,191 patients were provided funding for overseas treatment from the state budget, with 14.4 million GEL spent; In 2015-2017, the largest share of patients (35%) funded for overseas treatment were seeking treatment for oncological problems; In 2015-2017, on average the largest amount of funds (18 867,5 GEL) was allocated to treatment of patients of liver and kidney pathology (transplants), while the smallest amount of funds was spent on the treatment of ophthalmology.