Representatives of government administration discussed youth policy of Georgia in Westminster University

06 Nov 2014
"The future of youth in Georgia" - the day of Georgian studies was celebrated in Westminster University in London. The meeting was attended by Deputy Chief of Government Administration Nino Kobakhidze, head of government plans of politics and innovation service Ana Gvenetadze and ambassador of Georgia to UK Rezo Gachechiladze.

Nino Kobakhidze discussed Prime Minister's educational initiatives at the meeting. In her speech Deputy Chief of Government Administration emphasized international education centre and the projects that Georgian Government does for students. According to her education is priority for Georgian Government the confirmation of which is the international education centre established with the initiative of the Prime Minister. They also discussed educational and social project addressed to students and generally youth segment, Government priorities in regard of youth employment, healthcare, healthy lifestyle and cultural development.

Ambassador of Georgia to UK Rezo Gachechiladze made a speech at the event who emphasized geopolitical situation of Georgia.

The meeting was attended by students funded by international education centre together with Georgian and foreign students who receive education in UK. They delivered speeches to the audience.

The day of Georgia Studies in UK was attended by different nongovernment and educational organization such as EBRD, Courtauld Institute representatives, also members of Ivane Javakhishvili State University.

The day of Georgian studies has been celebrated in London since 1987 and it is addressed to inform British society about the situation in Georgia. Co-organizer of the event is the Georgian embassy in UK.