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Saakashvili: England and France are studying on Georgia's example2012-07-18 19:34
The leading countries of the West are following the example of Georgia's reform, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said, the IA Regnum reported with reference to the presidential administration.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At a meeting with residents of the Gldani district of Tbilisi Saakashvili said that on July 16 in the British Parliament had discussed the houses of justice operating in Georgia, and British MPs had severely criticized their minister, demanding to adopt Georgia's experience and introduce the same service for the citizens of the United Kingdom like in the Georgian houses of justice.
"This minister tried to justify saying he had visited Georgia and seen a house of justice; but it would be difficult to do the same in the UK", Georgian President said.
According to him, the U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also spoke about Georgian houses of justice. He added France was going to adopt Georgia's experience in prison management.
According to Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgia's reform is example for Ukraine; and even Russian Prime Minister Medvedev said it was necessary to learn from the Georgian reforms.
Meanwhile, Kabul has got interested in Georgia's experience in the implementation reforms in the economy. A delegation from Afghanistan has visited Georgia with the assistance of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Trend reported.
"We have heard a lot about the reforms carried out in Georgia. Meetings with representatives of the Georgian government must help us to assess more clearly the measures that we should take to reform our own country", the head of the planning department of the municipality of Kabul, Mohamed Yassin said during the visit to Georgia.