A modern college to be constructed in Gldani district
A new technical college of modern standards will be constructed in Gldani district, Tbilisi. Georgian president worked along with the workers employed at the construction today. Mikheil Saakashvili was dressed in the worker`s uniform fulfilling all jobs on the construction.
President spent a few hours at the basement laying works together with mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava and Minister of Education Dimitri Shashkini.
`I said that I would be the head of this college and I do not want to take this position when the construction is over, but I also want to participate in its construction,` president said.
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