The FINANCIAL — The deputy minister of Education and Science of Georgia – Tamaz Marsagishvili, held a meeting with the representatives of the US Embassy in Georgia, and the members of the Civil Military Support Element (CMSE).
During the meeting, the sides discussed the key role of American organizations such as (USAID, CDC) to the Georgian priority fields. The deputy Minister expressed his gratitude towards the representatives of the CMSE and the US embassy for their input in renovating Georgian schools, and expressed his willingness to farther enhance the cooperation in near future. The sides also discussed the cooperation these two countries have in the fields of education and science, and outlined the future projects, which are priorities for the both sides.
Jason Ellington – the director and Vice Colonel of “State of Georgia for Georgia – A partnership between the countries” program attended the meeting, according to Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.