Georgia to Tell Egypt and Tunisia about Its Reforms
On 7 May the main counselor of the Georgian Prime Minister Vakhtang Lezhava will make a visit to Africa. As the Georgia News reports with reference to the press services of the Georgian Premier, the organizer of the meetings in Egypt and Tunisia is the World Bank that holds a whole series of events promoting peace and security there. At the meeting the Georgian party is going to present its experience of post-revolution reforms.
In particular, the African colleagues will learn about the progress of the law enforcement reforms, the system of civil and public register and the adopted anticorruption measures.
The consultations will have regular character, said Lezhava in his interview to journalists. He is going to invite some representatives of Egypt and Tunisia to Georgia for more detailed familiarization with the results of the reforms in the country