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Georgian Interior Minister met with FBI leadership in Washington2013-01-31 13:09
As reported by the Interior Ministry of Georgia, during a working visit to the U.S., Georgian Interior Minister Irakli Garibashvili met with the leadership of the FBI and discussed the issues of deepening partnership between the departments, the Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The parties have discussed the issues of cooperation between the two agencies and outlined concrete plans for the future.
Garibashvili told reporters that the meeting was very useful and productive. "I am pleased with the level of relations existing between the two departments, and we have agreed to intensify them in order to train the Georgian police", Garibashvili said.
In Washington, Georgian Minister has also met with the Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon. The parties discussed the political developments in Georgia, the changes implemented in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and planned reforms.
Garibashvili also visited the Drug Enforcement Administration. At the meeting with the Administrator of the agency they have discussed the issues of mutual cooperation. It was decided to hold a three-year training for the staff of the Main Directorate of the Interior Ministry to combat drugs, the Day.az reported.
Working visit of Irakli Garibashvili to the U.S. ends on February 1.