Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb.1/ Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
During his visit to the U.S., Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili held a meeting at the World Bank.
Saakashvili attended to present a book on reforms and fight corruption in Georgia, which, as stressed, should become an example for others.
The book includes the results of foreign research in eight specific public service areas in Georgia where anti-corruption measures were successfully carried out.
The book notes that success includes close cooperation within the government and the use of international experience given existing realities, as well as the strategic use of technologies and communications.
The meeting stressed that Georgia was able to solve problems like corruption in a short period.
After the presentation, Saakashvili addressed the meeting participants, and then answered questions.
In addition to the book's author, the presentation was attended by World Bank Vice President Philippe Le Houérou and World Bank Managing Director Sri Mulyani Indrawati. Indrawati is Indonesian economist whom the "Forbes" magazine includes in the list of most influential women in the world in the past few years.