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Georgian Interior Minister to meet with the Secretary General of Interpol in France2013-03-14 13:16
On Thursday, March 14, the delegation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, headed by the Interior Minister Irakli Garibashvili, went on a working visit to France to meet with the Secretary General of Interpol Ronald K. Noble. According to the News-Georgia, this was announced by the press service of the Georgian Interior Ministry.gt-en-newsitem-inside
After the meeting with the Secretary General of Interpol the parties will sign an agreement on Georgia's recognition of "Interpol travel document" (passport and identity card).
The visit also includes meetings in different units, included into the structure of the Interpol General Secretariat, which must contribute to deepening co-operation and planning priorities for future partnership.
Recall, in late January this year, 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 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.