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Peace Corps representatives from the USA start work in Georgia2010-07-09 11:14
U.S. representatives of the Peace Corps start work in Georgia - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On July 9th John Bass, the U.S. ambassador to Georgia will visit a ceremony of volunteers giving oath. These volunteers arrived in the country after suspension of the program in 2008.
The ceremony will be attended by representatives of various Georgian ministries, including the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Economy, other officials, members of partner organisations.
Peace Corps celebrates the 10th anniversary of its presence in Georgia and acts on invitation of guests.