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Vano Merabishvili met with the delegation from Kyrgyzstan
14:01 14.05.2012
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Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Vano Merabishvili met with the delegation from Kyrgyzstan arrived in Georgia with an official visit. 

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, the delegation is headed by the Minister of Interior, General-Major Zarilbek Risaliev.

Within the frames of the visit, Merabishvili personally familiarized guests with reforms held at the Ministry.

During the visit delegates will visit Police Academy, Service Agency as well as newly constructed police buildings of police.

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