The Guardian has published an article about the innovative public services in Georgia. The article entitled `Georgia to launch innovative `drive-thru` services` was written by Jane Dudman. It is about a new House of Justice, which will be opened in September 2012.
Two Georgian pedagogues returned from international forum of IT Technologies with third prizes from Portugal - the teachers of the public school of the village of Khidistavi, Tea Sadzaglishvili and Elene Betlemishvili made presented project A Video Letter to Lily and won the nomination of the best innovative project.
Revenue Office of the Ministry of Finance begins unprecedented lottery for Georgian citizens - each bill issued for cash payment at any trade object in Georgia will automatically take part in the lottery. The prizes for the lottery are from 10,000 to 50,000 GEL.
Cornelia Pieper, Minister of State at the Foreign Office, pays official visit to Georgia. She has been already hosted by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nino Kalandadze. At the meeting, the two diplomats discussed enhancement of cultural relations between Georgia and Germany.
Baku authorities and the organizers are carrying out last preparatory works for Eurovision 2012 song contest. The construction of the concert hall, where the Europe`s most prestigious music show will be held, has been over.
The number of the convicts infected with tuberculosis has been reduced - Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia explains this progress with the raise of qualification of doctors in the penitentiary system.
Position of the chief coach of Tbilisi Dynamo football club remains vacant after the previous chief Devdariani resigned. Ramaz Mumladze will train the team by the end of the season - this is the period, when the new chief coach will be appointed.