KMG International, through its subsidiary Rompetrol Georgia, will donate a total of 60,000 liters of fuels to the Georgia Emergency Coordination and Assistance Center. The quantities will be delivered to several important points and will cover the need throughout the country, for a period of two months. The donation comes in the context of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
So far, KMG International has supported both the Romanian medical system and the authorities in Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldova, through fuel donations, used to manage the crisis triggered in each country affected by COVID-19.
Rompetrol is an important presence in Georgia, with almost 15 years of experience in the local market. KMG International, through Rompetrol Georgia, operates a network of 80 gas stations throughout the country.