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Frontex risk analysis delegation expected in Georgia2009-04-21 11:23
The European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union (Frontex) risk analysis delegation will arrive in Georgia on April 21st with a three-day visit.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The delegation will stay in the country within the framework of its agreement with the Interior Ministry of Georgia, signed on December 4th , Trend reports alluding to border police of Georgia.
In the course of the visit the delegates will be received by Zaza Gogava, the border police chief.
The group will learn the reforms conducted in the agency within the last year and will make conclusions of the work for the period.
The sides will also work out the cooperation plan for 2010.
The delegates are also planned to hold a meeting with Ekaterina Zguladze, the Deputy Interior minister of Georgia.