Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Vakhtang Gomelauri during his official visit to Germany will meet with his German counterpart Thomas de Maiziere and president of the Federal Criminal Police Holger Munch.
During his visit to Germany Gomelauri will be accompanied by his deputy Levan Izoria, director of the Department of International Relations Shalva Kvinikhidze and the Director of the Central Criminal Police Ivane Papiashvili.
At the meeting will be considered "progress achieved in the implementation of the Action Plan visa liberalization with the EU, bilateral cooperation in the field of police and plans for the future", says the press service of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.
In addition, is planned to visit the training base of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Germany, where Georgian delegation will get acquainted with the activities of the Berlin police and will assist at the demonstration exercise.
According to the Georgian Interior Ministry, cooperation between German and Georgian ministries in recent years turned into an active phase. In July 2014, during a visit of Alexander Chikaidze to Germany, who that time headed the Interior Ministry signed an agreement on "Cooperation between the Government of Georgia and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany in the fight against organized crime, terrorism and other serious crimes".
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