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Driving license to be issued in Georgia since 172011-04-29 13:12
Driving license will soon be issued in Georgia since the age of 17. As was reported by Trend, a relevant legislative initiative is ready to be submitted to the country's parliament.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was recently reported at the joint briefing by the Georgian Minister of Education and Science and Minister of Interior, the government has considered the issue.
Head of MIA Vano Merabishvili expressed assuredness that the initiative will be approved and will come into force this summer.
At the same time, a new subject, Road Signs and Safety of Movement, will be introduced in Georgian schools in 2011-2012. The subject will be obligatory. Pupils will get their credit for theoretical knowledge at school. In case they pass the exam they will get the right to take a practical exam in driving.
According to head of the Ministry of Education Dmitry Shashkin, an amendment on introducing the new subject will be added to the United National Education Plan.