Latvian frontier chief visits Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, November 28 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
A team of Latvia's Frontier Service led by its Chief, Gen. Normunds Garbars was received at the Office of Georgia's Frontier Police on Monday.
The team visits Georgia in line with the interdepartmental agreement of cooperation in the field of frontier service concluded by the Interior Ministries of Georgia and Latvia and aims at deepening of Georgian-Latvian cooperation, the Frontier Police reported.
Zaza Gogava, Chief of Georgia's Frontier Police, met members of the Latvian team. The sides signed a plan of actions for 2012.
On the same day, Latvian guests visited Frontier Police's #7 - Kazbegi - Division and looked around Georgia's northern borders.
The visit of the Latvian team will end on November 30.