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Georgian PM introduced a new Minister of Education2008-12-08 14:04
This morning Georgian PM introduced Nikolay Gvaramia, the new Minister of education and Science, to the Ministry staff.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He expressed gratitude to Gia Nodia, the ex-Minister, and said that this appointment was made with hopes for new resources inflow for the Ministry and real reforms in the sphere of education.
In his turn, Gia Nodia said he gained considerable experience in his position.
The Cabinet was renewed on Friday evening. Four Ministers were replaced. Besides the Minister of Education, David Kezerashvili, the Minister of Defense, and Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, were dismissed. The acting Minister of Defense is Batu Kutelia, the Deputy Minister, but the position remains vacant, as well as the one of the Minister of Culture. The position was offered to Zurab Abashidze, the ex-ambassador of Georgia to Russia, but he refused.
Alexander Lomaya, the Secretary of Georgian Security Council, was also dismissed.