The Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany Gerd Müller is visiting Georgia. Müller’s visit to Georgia is related to the 25th anniversary of the development of cooperation between Georgia and Germany.
Within the framework of the working visit, Gerd Müller met with the Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Education and Science Aleksandre Jejelava and received full information about the ongoing reforms in the field of education. It is noteworthy, that the German visitor was especially interested in those reforms, which are carried out to the direction of vocational education and the support of the German side.
Gerd Müller’s one-day visit ended with the visit to the vocational college “Spectrum”, with which the German side has long been cooperating. The Minister has officially opened a new program in the college – “Private Sector Development and Vocational Education in the South Caucasus”, which is implemented by the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.