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Peace Corps resumes work in Georgia on August 21st2009-08-20 17:52
U.S. Peace Corps resumes its work in Georgia on August 21st - the Vzglyad.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Its work was severed one year ago, after the war in South Ossetia.
U.S. embassy informs that 28 volunteers: 18 English teachers and 10 business consultants are heading for Kakheti and Kvemo-Kartli.
Previously Georgia times reported that the first group of Peace Corps arrived in Tbilisi in June.
In Kakheti and Kvemo Kartli they acquaint the conditions and problems of locals, teach English, conduct business studies, learn Georgian language.
The organisation worked in Georgia since 2001, o invitation of the country's government. 225 volunteers worked in Georgia over the period.