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Paata Trapaidze: we will cooperate with all the parties
14:32 02.07.2012
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According to the Employment Minister Paata Trapaidze, newly established Ministry will cooperate with all the parties, including opposition parties.  

As Trapaidze said today, the Ministry will be open for everyone who will have any proposals and ideas. 

“We will do our best to creat the envrioment where each citizen of Georgia, regardless of nationality, religion or political beliefs, will receive what he thinks he needs. Each of us should be able to find our place in the society. We will very closely cooperate with the education, economy, agriculture and infrastructure Ministries”, - Trapaidze said.  

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