Georgia will send electricity generators to Ukraine.

Tbilisi correspondent of APA informs that the information was released by the government administration of Georgia.

It was reported that an appropriate instruction was given to the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

The head of the government administration, Revaz Javalidze, noted that Georgia is the country that provides the most humanitarian aid to Ukraine, and currently 26,000 Ukrainian citizens are in the territory of Georgia.

He added that 2,345 Ukrainian children are currently studying in Georgian schools.

He said that the assistance provided by Georgia to the citizens of Ukraine is about 32 million GEL.