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Merabishvili: Transparent building of Georgian police will stand in Lithuania
19:06 26.04.2012
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Georgian transparent police building will be in set up in Lithuania.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs, Vano Merabishvili said it on the government hour.

According to him, on base of agreement between Lithuanian and Tbilisi City Hall, and between Lithuanian and Georgian Interior Ministries, a place was chosen in Lithuania where Tbilisi square will be made and transparent building of Georgian police will be stand there.  

The Minister said, Georgians will be proved with this project.

“Since the criminal situation has decreased in Georgia and I and my deputies have some free time, we meet foreigners. We have negotiations with other countries too and the export of our transparent buildings will be carried out at least to five countries. If Russian have such a desire, we will help them too”, - he added. 

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