Lava Oghli deportation process underway
The Ministry of Internal Affairs plans to charge Georgian so called crime boss, Thief Mindia Goradze, nicknamed Lava Oghli, who was detained in Moldova. According to the statement of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the deportation process is underway.
“The Central Police Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, the Departments of Achara, Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi are conducting the investigation of the criminal code of Article 223-I and II, Article II of the Criminal Code and the Criminal Code 18-179 Article 151.
“The investigation is into its final phase. Mindia Goradze will be soon charged. His deportation process is underway,”-says the statement.
11 EMPLOYEES OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 DISEASE
According to the laboratory test results taken in recent days, it has been confirmed that 11 employees from various structural units under the Ministry of Internal Affairs were infected with COVID 19 disease. Out of 11 confirmed cases – 7 have been registered at Border Management and Coordination Main Division of the Patrol Police Department, 3 in Mestia municipality, where firefighter, Security Policemen and Border Police officer tested positive for the disease, while 11th case was confirmed in Tbilisi, to Security Police inspector.All seven employees of Border Management and Coordination Main Division were fulfilling their official duties at Dariali border crossing point. At this moment, they have already been transferred to Tbilisi Infectious Disease Hospital.The health condition of all infected employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs is stable at this stage.Epidemiologists are actively studying their contacts. More than 20 employees, being in interaction with the infected persons, have already been transferred to the quarantine zone.In the workspaces of the mentioned employees, disinfection activities were carried out, including service car fleet, that has already been treated with special solutions.It should be noted that the staff of the Ministry of Internal Affairs strictly follows recommendations of the World Health Organization as well as norms norms defined by the safety protocol when working with citizens.In coordination with the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, targeted testing for coronavirus is carried out on a regular basis to employees of various departments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
ISSUES OF DEEPENING COOPERATION WITH WHO WERE DISCUSSED AT THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF TURKMENISTAN
On August 10, 2020, an online meeting of the heads of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs R.Meredov and the Ministry of Healthcare and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan N.Amannepesov with the Director of the European Regional Bureau of the World Health Organization Dr. Hans Kluge took place.
As part of a constructive conversation, the parties discussed a wide range of bilateral issues, in particular, effective cooperation between Turkmenistan and WHO in the field of countering the spread of a new type of coronavirus infection.
As is known, during the video meeting of President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov with the Director General of WHO, which took place a few days ago, the initiatives put forward by our country were fully supported by the head of this organization. In this connection, the head of state gave specific instructions to the heads of the Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Healthcare and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan to establish coordinated work with the relevant WHO structures.
In order to fulfill these instructions and comprehensively implement the priority tasks in the field of human health, during the meeting, the heads of the relevant state structures of our country once again emphasized the need to increase international cooperation aimed at jointly combating the spread of acute infectious diseases. Also during the meeting, a positive assessment was given on the current epidemiological situation in our country and the progress in implementing the recommendations of the WHO mission experts who recently visited Turkmenistan, was discussed.
In this context, based on the instructions of the head of state, the need, taking into account the requirements of the time, to make every effort to increase the effectiveness of measures taken in the fight against infectious and non-infectious diseases and in their prevention was especially noted.
The intensification of cooperation in the area of scientific diplomacy, the creation of the necessary conditions for a systematic exchange of views between medical scientists, experts and specialists in other fields also became a topic for discussion during the conversation with the Director of WHO / Europe.
Turkmen side once again confirmed that it will continue to adhere to the recommendations of authoritative international structures and continue active cooperation with the World Health Organization within the framework of joint projects and programs.
Ministry of Internal Affairs detained 9 drug dealers in Ponitchala
The officers of the Division for the Fight against Illegal Circulation of Drug under the Central Criminal Police Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, along with the General Prosecutor’s Office, detained 9 individuals in Ponitchala for selling drugs as a result of the jointly held operative-search and investigative activities.
Based on the decision of the judge, the following individuals have been detained: V.P. (DoB 2002) A.M. (DoB 1994) A.I. (DoB 2001) L.A. (DoB 1998), A.M. (DoB 1973), E.M. (DoB 2002) E.P. (DoB 1982) D.M. (DoB 1989) and R.A. (DoB 1993).
Committed crime envisages from 8 to 20 years of imprisonment.
Investigation established that detainees sold drugs on the regular basis.
Upon the respective decision of the court, law enforcers several times covertly purchased “Heroin” from and videotaped the process.
During the personal and search activities held in detainees’ places of residence, law enforcers seized 94 packages of “Heroin” and “Methadone”, approximately 16 000 GEL in cash and their mobile phones owned by the perpetrators.
Investigation is in progress on the fact of illegal purchase, keeping and carrying of drugs in especially large quantities, committed in group and consumption of medication drugs without prescription, crime envisaged under the article 260, I and III parts, sub-paragraph “A” part IV and V, sub-paragraph “A” and “B”, VI part of the same article, sub-paragraph “A”, article 273 of the Criminal Code of Georgia.
US embassy hosted the traditional friendly soccer match with employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
US embassy hosted the traditional friendly soccer match with employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Match was attended by Minister of Internal Affairs Giorgi Mgebrishvili, General Prosecutor Irakli Shotadze, head of Special State Protection Service Aleksandre Chubinidze, Deputy Chief of Mission Adam Lamoreaux and employees of the embassy.
Before the match Deputy Chief of Mission Adam Lamoreaux awarded officers of Central Criminal Police Department, Patrol Police and Tbilisi Police Department as well as Main prosecutor’s office and Special State Protection Service with certificates of appreciation for successful cooperation.
“Today’s match between employees of U.S. Embassy and Ministry of Internal Affairs is another example of friendly relations and cooperation. Such activities contribute to forming tight, friendly and service relations and enhance the existing cooperation".-stated Minister of Internal Affairs Giorgi Mgebrishvili.
Friendly match has been held between employees of MIA and U.S. Embassy for the second time.
MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS HAS LAUNCHED SECURITY PROGRAM AT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Ministry of Internal Affairs is launching a program on security issues- “10 lessons of Security” at public schools all across the country.
Within the frames of the mentioned program trainers who will conduct the mentioned lessons are undergoing trainings at MIA Academy.
Specially trained employees from Patrol Police Department, Emergency Situations Management and 112 service will hold meetings with fifth grader pupils from various schools all across the country and discuss security topics. Within the frames of the program children will get acquainted with traffic security, rules on how to behave during the crises situation and natural disaster.
During the current school year 42 schools will be involved in the program on the initial phase. Book of instructions specially published for the program is already printed which will deliver information on security issues on the understandable language to children. Pupils have undergone practical instruction on how to behave during the earthquake, car accident and other emergencies.
Aim of the educational program is to provide children with information on rules of security and raise their awareness on making right reaction during the catastrophes.
Along with the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Science and Education and Science, Council of State Security and Crises Management, non-governmental organization and international organizations are involved in the implementation of the project.