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Georgian government discussed issues of construction and consequences of heavy rains2009-06-16 16:05
At the latest meeting of the Cabinet- the first one in the State Chancellery building for over 2 months - PM Nikoloz Gilauri gave orders to ministers.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He turned to Georgi Khachidze, the Minister of Environment and Natural Resources of Georgia, and requested to prepare data on the damage caused by heavy rain and hail, of the aid rendered and to be rendered to the people aggrieved by the element.
Nikoloz Gvaramia, the Minister of Education and Science, was instructed to inform the society of the plans for repair of schools in summer. The PM underlined everything must be done to let schoolchildren have no problems in winter and autumn.
From the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure he demanded data on the progress in East-West highway construction works.
The first meeting of the Georgian government, held in the State Chancellery, for the first time since the beginning of mass protest actions in Tbilisi, was held without incidents, opposition didn't even try to impede it.
It lasted for several hours, after it the participants left the building quietly. Several cars drove away from the yard of the State Chancellery. The adjacent territory was guarded by units of police, state guard, special mission forces; but opposition supporters made no attempts to impede the sitting or block the building. Now all the additional forces of police and special mission units have already left the territory.