Georgian Health Minister holds meetings in Ukraine
The Minister of Health and Social Care of Georgia, Davit Sergeenko pays a working visit to Ukraine together with a team of doctors aiming at providing assistance to their Ukrainian colleagues in treating the injured and wounded people in the battles against separatists. The Minister will visit various hospitals, including the ones, where the injured soldiers and civilians are being treated.
Another goal of the visit is to determine assistance, which the Georgian government will offer to the partner country.
Davit Sergeenko will meet his Ukrainian counterpart tomorrow and share the experience of Georgia in carrying out reforms of the health sector.
Yet another fact of violence on convicts has been reported from the Rustavi N6 prison. The lawyer of a 21 year-old Jemal Kutateladze says his defendant, who is held at the N6 prison of Rustavi, has been brutally beaten up.
Georgian lawmakers will discuss the initiative of the opposition on setting up a parliamentary investigation commission, which will probe into the investigation of the death reasons of a 10-month old baby girl, Barbare Rapaliantsi.
The President of Georgia has held a meeting with the members of the Georgia and Caucasus Friendship Group of the Senate of France today. President Margvelashvili and the chairperson of the Georgia-France Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group...
One part of the non-governmental organizations operating in Georgia has expressed their concerns regarding numerous reports of violence in prisons, as well as the facts of suicide. Some of the NGOs call for the immediate and effective investigation of the death reasons of a 50 year-old Zurab Sanaia.
Regular flights between Moscow and Tbilisi have been resumed after a six-month pause. Russian Aviation has published a corresponding protocol on its website, which says that the air companies will be able to make flight from Moscow to Tbilisi from September 15th.