A memorandum of cooperation was signed between the National Security Council of Georgia and the National Security Bureau of Poland today. The memorandum envisages exchange of information, experience on security issues and participation of the representatives of the two sides in joint events.
The delegation of Poland`s National Security Bureau was officially invited to Georgia by National Security Council Secretary Giga Bokeria. Meetings with the Defense Minister of Georgia and the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia will be held within the two-day official visit of the Polish delegation.
United National Movement is preparing for primaries - Davit Bakradze, the leader of the parliamentary minority announced the decision of the opposition party to select the presidential candidate via primaries at today`s briefing.
Georgian Labour Party calls on the government to make vote in elections mandatory for the citizens of Georgia. According to their initiative, any citizen, who refuses to vote in elections should face administrative fines.
The members of the United National Movement held a special briefing at the party`s Kutaisi office expressing their concerns regarding the possible dismissal of several hundreds of employs from local self-government and Kutaisi municipal government.