Georgian Parliament approved the Permanent Representatives to UN, NATO
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 13 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Georgian Parliament approved the Permanent Representatives to the UN and NATO on Wednesday evening.
As Permanent Representative of Georgia to the United Nations was approved Kahi Imnadze, who was chief of the press service of the President's Administration under Shevardnadze. Georgia's former ambassador to the United Nations, Kakha Lomaia announced his resignation after the parliamentary elections in Georgia.
Levan Dolidze, which since last October has been deputy defense minister, was approved as Permanent Representative of Georgia to NATO.
Levan Dolidze led them to the Fund. Levan Mikeladze before being appointed to the post of deputy minister of defense.
In 2006-2008 he was consul of Georgia in Switzerland, and before that worked in the President's Administration, as well as the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Justice in the direction of relations with Parliament.
Dolidze will replace the current ambassador of Georgia to NATO Gegu Mgaloblishvili, which rotation period expires this summer.