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Expert: FBI Director’s visit to Georgia implies special attitude2010-05-07 18:31
In the view of David Smith, the expert, the visit of Robert Mueller, the FBI Director, to Tbilisi speaks of the special attitude of the USA to Georgia - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Mueller doesn't go at all countries, he noted and explained his visit indicates that important attitude Georgia has for the USA. He added that law enforcement structures of Georgia and the USA had been cooperating for a long time.
Today in Tbilisi Robert Mueller, the Director of the FBI, met with Vano Merabishvili, the Interior Minister of Georgia.
Mueller also talked to Zurab Adeishvili, the Minister of Justice of Georgia.
The sides discussed the issues of bilateral cooperation, and reforms in the system of Prosecutor's Office of Georgia [part of the Ministry of Justice]. The FBI head assessed these reforms positively.
In his opinion, the new Criminal Code, developed by the government of Georgia, is a considerable step forward in the sphere of criminal law.