Georgian President Charges Gela Bejuashvili to Establish Upgrade Informative-Intelligence Service

Georgia Materials 1 February 2008 17:12 (UTC +04:00)

Georgia, Tbilisi / Trend corr. N.Kirtskhalia / Michael Saakashvili Georgian President commissioned Gela Bejuashvilvi, the former Foreign Minister, to form the Informative-Intelligence Special Service. Saakashvili issued the order during the ceremony dedicated to the representation of David Bakradze, as a new Foreign Minister.

According to the President, the former Intelligence Department will be turned to the new expanded service centre.

"I remember the times when we did not have army, but we had 30 colonels. Bejuashvili succeed in his work and today we have strong army," Saakashvili said.