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The General Civic Movement "Multinational Georgia" is implementing a program aimed at sharing Georgia's experience in carrying out reforms in Armenia.
Within the framework of the program, from January 31 to February 2 of the current year, seminars will be held in Tbilisi, which will focus on past, ongoing and planned reforms implemented by Georgia in the general, vocational and higher education system, as well as knowledge and experience gained in the field.
The seminars, which are conducted by representatives of the executive and legislative branches of Georgia, experienced experts working in the field, are attended by representatives of the executive and legislative branches of the Republic of Armenia, as well as civic society.
It should be noted that based on the preliminary investigation of the situation in Armenia, the Armenian side has shown a special interest in the Georgian vocational education system. Accordingly, within the framework of the seminars, the first meeting was held with the Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Georgia, Tamar Kitiashvili.
During the session, the Deputy Minister presented an extensive presentation on the achievements, challenges and development prospects in the vocational education system. Tamar Kitiashvili also answered the questions posed by the attendees.