Georgia, Tbilisi, 17 November / Trend , corr. N.Kirtskhalia / National minorities in Georgia are discriminated by indirection, it is stated in the report worked out by ombudsman Sozar Subari, which is dedicated to the first half of 2008. The document was submitted to the Parliament for consideration.
The term for discussion of ombudsman's report has not been determined.
The document says no dramatic changes are taken place in integration of national minorities and protection of rights. "Despite governmental and non governmental organizations implemented several projects to improve the case. No changes have been observed," Subari said.
The key problems of national minorities' integration into the Georgian society, according to ombudsman, are low training rate of the Georgian language, job founding in governmental organizations and others.
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