Gakharia appointed as Secretary of Georgia's National Security Council
Georgia's Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia has been appointed as the Secretary of the National Security Council by the country's Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze, according to the Prime Minister's press office.
The Council meetings will be held every three months behind closed doors. The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, Sputnik Georgia reports.
Georgia's National Security Council is an eight-member advisory body, responsible for national security policy planning and coordination.