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Kakheti Regional Governor and School Directors Have Feast in Restaurant

02.07.2012

Kakheti Regional Governor Giorgi Gviniashvili, who is also head of Regional office of the United National Movement, had a feast together with local school directors in the Gurjaani based hotel Rebi Gurjaanshi.

Head of Gurjaani district education resource-center Lali Gabitashvili, Gurjaani district governor Davit Meskhishvili and chair of the municipal board Zakaria Iaganashvili were also in the restaurant.

Lali Gabitashvili said school directors collected money and celebrated end of school year in restaurant. The regional governor told ICK that school directors had invited him to the restaurant together with his deputy Aleko Gongadze.

Singers Tato Goderdzishvili and Makho Medulashvili [nickname Chakuchas bichi] entertained the regional governor, district and regional governmental officials and public school directors in the hotel Rebi Gurjaanshi.

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