Koba Kobaladze is paying his working visit to the Kingdom of the Netherlands

59
spot_img

Major General Koba Kobaladze, Director of the State Service of Veterans Affairs, and members of the Defense and Security Committee of the Parliament of Georgia are visiting the Kingdom of the Netherlands at the official invitation of the Veterans Institute of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

According to the State Service of Veterans Affairs, Koba Kobaladze signed a memorandum of cooperation with “Georgian Cultural Center in the Kingdom of the Netherlands” at the Embassy of Georgia in Hague within the framework of his working visit.

The purpose of the memorandum is to deepen the cooperation between “Georgian Culture Center in the Kingdom of the Netherlands” and the State Service of Veterans Affairs and coordinately implement joint cultural and charity projects.

The parties agreed that in order to achieve the goals of the memorandum, the State Service of Veterans Affairs will become a partner of the “Georgian Cultural Center in the Kingdom of the Netherlands”, which will allow them to cooperate in terms of planning and implementing international, diasporic, cultural and educational projects in Georgia and beyond, and ensuring participation of veterans within projects.

The memorandum was signed by the Director of the State Service of Veterans Affairs, Major General Koba Kobaladze and the President of the “Georgian Culture Center in the Kingdom of the Netherlands” Tika Svanidze-Venko.

The meeting was attended by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Davit Solomonia, members of the Defense and Security Committee of the Parliament of Georgia – Gia Benashvili and Aleksandre Tabatadze, Deputy Director of the State Service for Veterans Affairs, Jandri Ubiria, Head of the Administrative Department, Natia Janashvili and Head of the Legal Assurance Department, Mikheil Khurtsidze.

“Georgian Culture Center in the Kingdom of Netherlands” (Georgische Cultuur In Nederland) was founded in 2015. The goals of the organization are to promote Georgia and Georgian culture, preserve national and cultural identity, deepen cultural, scientific and vis-à-vis ties between the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Georgia. A Georgian Sunday school is operating under the center” – it is mentioned in the news.