An Egyptian newspaper The Egypt Today has reviewed and hailed the reforms undertaken by Georgian government, particularly emphasizing the transformation of Soviet militia into a modern police structure.
The article says that the Egypt is attentively observing Georgian experience of police reforms after the revolution to share them in the future.
The similar issue was reviewed by an Egyptian internet television. The story aired by the TV took an interview with the deputy minister of internal affairs Eka Zghuladze, who explained in details the features and the characteristics of Georgian reforms. Deputy Minister said the main problem, which the government found it hard to clamp-down in the country after the revolution was the corruption in law enforcement structures.
Scotland voters have opted to continue as part of the United Kingdom after 307 years in an historic referendum vote. The voters at yesterday`s referendum had to answer only one questions "Should Scotland be an independent country?`
The United States Senate has granted Georgia the status of major non-NATO ally. The United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has approved the new legislation bill, which recognizes these three countries as the major non-NATO allies.
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili required detailed information about the humanitarian assistance provided by the Georgian government to Ukraine and the state of the children, brought from Ukraine`s eastern regions to Anaklia camps.
The President of Georgia has held a meeting with the members of the Georgia and Caucasus Friendship Group of the Senate of France today. President Margvelashvili and the chairperson of the Georgia-France Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group...
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The Foreign Relations Committee of the United States Senate will take up a new legislation on Ukraine, the Ukraine Freedom Support Act, in which Georgia and Moldova are also mentioned as the major non-NATO allies.
Georgian lawmakers will discuss the initiative of the opposition on setting up a parliamentary investigation commission, which will probe into the investigation of the death reasons of a 10-month old baby girl, Barbare Rapaliantsi.