New Adjara government formed in Batumi

1 November 2012 - 2:47pm

A new government has been formed in Adjara, chaired by Archil Khabadze, Trend reports.

Georgian Speaker of Parliament David Usupashvili attended the session. 8 members of the United National Movement refused to join the meeting, as stated by Robert Chkheidze, head of the minority faction.

Adjara Prime Minister Archil Khabadze said that the Cabinet had the following ministers: Nugzar Surmanidze as the Minister for Healthcare and Social Protection, Zaur Putkaradze as the Minister for Agriculture, Giorgi Tavartkiladze as the Minister for Finance and Economics and Giya Tavamaishvili as the Minister for Culture and Sport.

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