TSU, Supreme Council of Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia Sign Memorandum of Cooperation
Students of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) will undergo internship and get jobs at the Supreme Council of Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia, as envisaged in the Memorandum of Cooperation between TSU and the Tbilisi-based Supreme Council of Abkhazia. The Memorandum was signed by Rector of TSU, George Sharvashidze and Chairman of the Supreme Council, Jemal Gamakharia.
The Memorandum envisages sharing experience between the parties, exchanging resources and promoting student employment.
Rector George Sharvashidze said that TSU and the Supreme Council of Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia have a diverse cooperation. “A lot of projects have been implemented in partnership with the Supreme Council of Abkhazia, including the preparation program for entrants living in the occupied regions, which is very successful. We are working in many other directions and will continue our collaboration in the future,” Rector Sharvashidze said.
“Since the day of its foundation, Tbilisi State University had been paying huge attention to the developments in Abkhazia and this tradition still exists,” Chairman of the Supreme Council, Jemal Gamakharia said, adding that by signing the Memorandum, the collaboration with TSU will further intensify. “We will use TSU’s huge intellectual resource, while students will undergo internship at the Supreme Council of Abkhazia and they will have an opportunity to get jobs there,” he noted.
The Supreme Council of Abkhazia will cooperate with the TSU Faculties of Social and Political Sciences, and Law, as well as the Abkhaz Language and Culture Center.
Dean of the TSU Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Tamar Dolbaia said that a number ofAbkhazia-related scientific papers and projects had been prepared at the faculty with the participation of students. “By its essence, the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences studies, researches and thinks about the perspectives of relations with Abkhazia, its history, present and future. We will continue our work in this direction,” Tamar Dolbaia noted.
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