Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili on Tuesday hailed the Georgian Intelligence Service as an “institution of modern European standards” on the professional day of the Service.
I am glad that today the Intelligence Service has been established as an institution of modern European standards, which fully and efficiently responds to challenges facing the country”, Garibashvili said in his message.
The Government head stressed the Service had the “most important mission” of maintaining “peace and stability” in the country on the backdrop of “significant” geopolitical changes in the region and throughout the world.
In our most difficult times, in the conditions of significant geopolitical changes in the region and throughout the world, you have assumed the most important mission – to maintain peace and stability in the country, to strengthen the safety and well-being of citizens, and thus ensure further progress of Georgia”, he continued.
Garibashvili also thanked the professionals for their “tireless efforts, professionalism and dedication”.