Interior Ministry’s crisis management, human rights efforts, reforms introduced to donors

Photo: The Georgian Interior Ministry., 02 Mar 2023 - 16:49, Tbilisi,Georgia

The Georgian Interior Ministry’s ongoing and planned reforms were introduced on Thursday at a conference for its international donor organisations in Tbilisi, where diplomatic representations heard from the body’s efforts ranging from crisis management to human rights protection.

Representatives of the European Union Delegation to Georgia, the United States Embassy and other diplomatic offices were hosted in the annual event, where Deputy Interior Minister Aleksandre Darakhvelidze thanked the partners for their “fruitful cooperation” with his office.

Photo: The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia

Agata Nieboj, the Team Leader of Human Rights, Justice and Home Affairs of the EU Delegation to Georgia, delivered opening remarks at the event.

The audience later heard about the Ministry’s work in crisis management, human rights protection, prevention and fight against organised crime and migration management, the Ministry said.

The conference was supported by the EU funded project of Support to the Public Administration Reform in Georgia.