The Minister of Justice has opened a community center in Kharagauli
The Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Justice Tea Tsulukiani opened the 78th public center in Kharagauli. The event was attended by: Kharagauli and Baghdati Majoritarian MP Koba Lursmanashvili, Imereti State Representative Zviad Shalamberidze, Executive Director of the House of Justice Soso Giorgadze and Kharagauli Municipality Mayor Nikoloz Topuridze. Kharagauli Community Center will be the sixteenth in Imereti region. The centers operate in Satsire, Zeda Sazano, Geguti, Shorapani, Zeindari, Meore Sviri, Ghoresha, Kitskhi, Khevi, Korbouli, Khreiti, Didi Jikhaishi, Usakhelo, Tkibuli and Sachkhere. The community center will serve more than 24,000 residents of Kharagauli and surrounding villages - Jafarouli, Bazaleti, Partskhnali, Islar, Sagandzili, Zarani, Didvaki, Gharikhevi, Tsipisi and others. A modern building was built in Kharagauli especially for the community center. From today, the local population will be able to quickly use more than 200 public and private sector services without leaving the place in a comfortable environment. Customers, in so called one window principle can get a passport / ID card, register real estate, get a cadastral plan or archival services, etc. The building has a ramp for people with disabilities. The newly opened community center has a state-of-the-art library, where printed publications are kept along with e-books. A printed and digital library, free internet allows adults and young people to acquire knowledge using modern teaching methods. In order to stimulate the civic engagement of the local population, the center has a meeting room equipped with modern equipment, where information-educational meeting, presentation and distance learning of various contents can be held.
As in other community centers, the Kharagauli Center also has branches of private companies - Magticom and Liberty Bank. Residents can also enjoy free 24-hour wireless internet and Skype in the centers. The construction of community centers with the resources allocated by the state is underway this year. The Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Justice Tea Tsulukiani, opened a community center in Khobi on June 5, and similar community centers will be opened in Chiatura and Vani in the near future. The community center project is supported by the European Union.