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Tuition fee of students living in the disaster-affected regions will be postponed for 1 year
15:16 21.07.2012
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Georgian President was in the villages of Kakheti today. Mikheil Saakashvili met with the population and asked about their conditions.

According to the statement of the First Person of state, the solidarity, which comes from all the regions of Georgia, is very important.  

Mikheil Saakashvili announced yet another initiative today. Tuition fee of students living in the disaster-affected regions will be postponed for 1year. 

The president met with the residents of the villages Shashiani, Kalauri, Vashnadziani and Kalaurti and observed the restoration works himself. 

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