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President opened a new House of Justice in Akhaltsikhe
15:42 09.08.2012
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New House of Justice has opened in Akhaltsikhe today. The event was attended by Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili. 
In the new House of Justice, Aklatsikhe population will use more than 200 services. Services of almost all the departments of the Justice Ministry will be placed at the scene. 
According to the statement of the First Person of the state, Akhaltsikhe returns function of a very important center. 
He said, Russian aggression was a direct response on country’s reconstruction and Akhaltsikhe is a symbol of reconstruction.  
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