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Vano Merabishvili has opened new police building
17:00 17.09.2012
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According the information of the Internal Affairs Ministry, a new police station has been opened. 

Tsageri regional division is located in this new building. 25 officers work in modern equipped section.

They will serve 54 villages of Tsageri region. The new police station was opened by the Prime Minister of Georgia Vano Merabishvili together with the residents of the region. 

8 new buildings have already been opened in the region, and 4 more stations are planned to be opened in the nearest future.
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