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Georgia became the Vice President of UNESCO IBE2010-02-10 11:36
Georgia became the Vice President of the International Bureau of Education of UNESCO, stated Dimitri Shashkin, the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, at today's briefing - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He added that Georgia won despite presence of serious rivals like Russia, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
"Georgia was supported by 21 IBE UNESCO member country, including Germany, France, Japan," the Minister said.
He assessed the fact as prestigious and highlighted the responsibility for Georgia, stating that election of Georgia was the result of serious reforms in the sphere of education.
IBE UNESCO unites 28 countries of the world.