PM says Gov’t will provide better salary and living conditions for police staff

A new patrol police service centre in Samgori district of Tbilisi will provide up to 50 police services in one space. Photo: Interior Ministry press office., 01 May 2018 - 15:11, Tbilisi,Georgia

The Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili stated today that providing better salaries and living conditions for police staff is becoming a priority for the government.

I have already spoken about the issue with Interior Minister Giorgi Gvakharia and he is fully supportive. I have also spoken with the minister of finance and gradually, the state will take steps to appropriately respect its police staff, as they risk their lives on a daily basis,” Kvirikashvili said during a presentation of the patrol police united service centre.

Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia stated that the Georgian police cares both for the security of the people and their comfort.

The new service centre. Photo: Prime Minister's press office. 

The minister stated that the new service centre, which is located on Noe Ramishvili 38, in the Samgori district of Tbilisi, will ensure comfort for citizens. 

Gakharia stated that from now on people will be able to receive about 50 police services in one space, like issues related to driving licenses, retrieving vehicles from impound lots and others.