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Georgian authorities study Estonian prisons2010-08-24 17:16
The delegation of the penitentiary system of Georgia, including Giorgi Tvauri, the director of the criminal watch department of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, and 3 more officials, will get acquainted with work of Estonian prisons from August 23-27, REGNUM reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Ministry of Justice of Estonia, in the course of the visit the gusts will be shown the system of organizing court trials via videoconferences, system of digital warding, order of receiving visitors etc.
From the Estonian side the visit is lead by Rait Kuuse, who worked as Penal Reform International director from November 2008 to November 2009. This program is aimed to reform penitentiary system of South Caucasus region [Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan]. Kuuse headed the Tbilisi branch.