On May 28, 2017 Lia Gigauri, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Nino Buachidze, USAID representatives and Marina Ushveridze, Chief of Party of “Momavlis Taoba” program welcomed participants of Civics Teachers’ National Fair-Conference at the Tbilisi Exhibition Center.
The Civics Teachers’ National Fair-Conference brought together 250 civics teachers from all regions of Georgia to discuss innovations in the field of civics education, share experiences, and participate in professional development. Awards for the best civics teachers of the year were given to civics teachers at an award ceremony during the conference.
National Fair-Conference of Civics Teachers was held in the framework of USAID-funded Momavlis Taoba Project, which is implemented by PH International.
We expect free and fair elections in October, 8, 2016 – this statement was made by the Prime Minister of Lower Saxony and the Vice President of European People’s Party David McAllister. According to him, 2016 Is too important for Georgia and its democracy.
David McAllister said that he supports United National Movement in this election and wished it success.
“We want to be a member of European Union so we expect fair and free elections in Georgia. I wish success to United National Movement. As a Vice President of European People’s Party, I wish Georgia to continue its implementing reforms,”- David McAllister said.
It is important fair and transparent elections to hold in Georgia because this is the most important thing for the future of the country – this statement was made by the US Secretary of State John Kerry before the meeting with Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
According to John Kerry United States recognizes the reforms implemented in Georgia:
"We recognize your reforms. It is important to hold fair and transparent elections in Georgia. Thanks for hosting "- said US Secretary of State.