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Special State Protection Service 22nd anniversary

By Mariam Chanishvili
Friday, June 24
The Special State Protection Service of Georgia celebrated its 22nd anniversary since its creation on June 23.

The event dedicated to this date was attended by the Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, officials of the government and members of diplomatic corps.

The Prime Minister (PM) congratulated members of the Special State Protection Service of Georgia and thanked them for their devoted service to the country.

“This Service performs its duties with professionalism and reinforces our country’s security. This service’s professionalism is in absolute compliance with all international standards,” said Kvirikashvili.

The PM congratulated the recruits who took their oath and expressed hope that with their help, Georgia will become a glorious and strong state.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank our international partners and friends for the great help owing to which we are very proud of this service,” he added.

The swearing-in ceremony of recruits was held within the frames of the celebration. A total of 104 recruits participated in this process. Major General Nugzar Chubinidze, the Head of Special State Protection Service, awarded the best recruits.

At the end of the ceremony, different sub-units of the Special State Protection Service demonstrated their skills.