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Saakashvili: in Georgia there is 4 –times less criminal than in Russia
10:24 18.05.2012
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According to the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgia was one of the most corrupted country in the world, however the state carried out a lot of reforms, as a result of what good result was reached. 

Mikheil Saakashvili made statement about it in his speech delivered at Princeton University during his official stay in the United States.

According to Mikheil Saakashvili, compared to Germany and France the rate of crime in our country is 60-70% less and 4-times less than in Russia. 

“Medvedev said that he wanted to repeat the Georgian police reform, however, they are not able to do this and that is the biggest paradox. We want to be successful, learn from others and remain what we are. Also, to be model country for region and for the whole world”, - Saakashvili said. 

According to president, the most important and impressive is the mental revolution, which occurred in Georgia.  

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