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Construction of the hadron therapy centre has officially been launched in Kutaisi, Imereti region.Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, Education and Science Minister Mikheil Chkhenkeli, Chief Executive Officer of the Kartu Charity Foundation Nikoloz Chkhetiani, Kutaisi International University Rector Aleksandre Tevzadze and the CEO at Ion Beam Applications SA., Pierre Mottet attended the event.In 2024, the Hadron Therapy Centre will begin accepting patients.Ion Beam Applications S.A. (IBA) develops and installs proton therapy medical equipment for radiation therapy. The Company is also engaged in the radiation Dosimetry field and develops particle accelerators for the medical world and industry.
In Tbilisi and the regions, 29 schoolteachers teach in the Ukrainian language sector, of which Mykhailo Hrushevsky Public School No. 41 employs 22 teachers, of which 7 are Georgian citizens. Batumi Public School No. 20 employs a total of 7 teachers in the Ukrainian-speaking sector, of which 6 are citizens of Ukraine and 1 is a citizen of Georgia, the Ministry of Education and Science told InterPressNews.According to the data available at the moment, 912 pupils of different ages from Ukraine are studying in Georgia."According to the decision of the Government of Georgia, pupils who, as a result of the hostilities in Ukraine, are unable to continue their general education in Ukrainian schools and express a desire to continue their education in Georgia, are enrolled in schools in a simplified manner. By the decision of the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili, Ukrainian-speaking sectors have been opened in Tbilisi and Batumi, where students have the opportunity to receive education in their native language, in accordance with the Ukrainian curriculum.According to the data available at the moment, 912 pupils of different ages have already been enrolled in Tbilisi and the regions, including 316 pupils - in the Ukrainian sector of No. 41 Mykhailo Hrushevsky Tbilisi Public School and 100 students in the Ukrainian sector of Batumi No. 20 Public School (416 pupils in total in the Ukrainian sector). Mykhailo Hrushevsky Public School No. 41 employs a total of 22 teachers in the Ukrainian-speaking sector, 7 of whom are Georgian citizens. Batumi Public School No. 20 employs a total of 7 teachers in the Ukrainian-speaking sector, of which 6 are citizens of Ukraine and 1 is a citizen of Georgia," the Ministry of Education and Science told InterPressNews.
According to the decision of the Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Gharibashvili, the representatives of international organizations - UNICEF, OSCE and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Georgia praised the opening of the Ukrainian language section at the 41st Grushevski Tbilisi Public School and thanked the Georgian government for its support of Ukrainian students. The information is spread by the Ministry of Education and Science.According to the agency, Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Representative in Georgia, hosted by the Minister of Education and Science of the Ukrainian Sector Mikheil Chkhenkeli, posted photos of the visit with the Ukrainian children on his Twitter page and congratulated the Minister on the successful establishment of the Ukrainian sector.As Khalil told the media, the establishment of a Ukrainian-speaking sector in Georgia is very important. According to him, under the leadership of Minister Mikheil Chkhenkeli, the Ministry has ensured the creation of an appropriate educational environment for Ukrainian students in the shortest possible time. It is to the credit of this effort that today Ukrainian children receive a general education according to the same curriculum with which they were educated in Ukrainian schools.Mikheil Chkhenkeli also briefed the head of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Georgia, Khemlin Furli, on the educational process in the Ukrainian sector. He personally received information from the Minister about the enrollment and educational process of Ukrainian children in various schools throughout Georgia.The UNHCR Georgia office responded to the process via its official Twitter page: “Ukrainian children now have access to schooling throughout Georgia. UNHCR congratulates the Ministry on the establishment of the Ukrainian sector in Tbilisi Public School No. 41. "During a meeting with Ukrainian students and teachers, Kemlin Furli noted that it is really impressive to establish a Ukrainian-speaking sector in such a short period of time and to provide a safe environment for Ukrainian students, allowing students to return to their normal rhythms of life.During a meeting with OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Kairat Abdrakhmanov, Mikhail Chkhenkeli spoke about the opening of the Ukrainian-speaking sector and personally informed the guest about the projects implemented by the Georgian government to support Ukrainian children. For his part, Kairat Abdrakhmanov thanked the Government of Georgia and personally Minister Mikheil Chkhenkel for their support to the Ukrainian people and for providing students with access to general education in their mother tongue. Information about the meeting and the educational environment offered to Ukrainian children was published on the official Twitter page of the organization.The Ministry of Education and Science has established a Ukrainian-language sector in Tbilisi Public School No. 41 in exactly 2 weeks, where Ukrainian students from the first to the eleventh grade have the opportunity to receive general education in their mother tongue. At this stage, 211 adolescents are studying in the Ukrainian-speaking sector.According to the decision of the Government of Georgia, Ukrainian students are enrolled in Georgian schools in a simplified manner. At the moment, a total of more than 650 Ukrainian students are being educated in various public and private schools across the country.
The Ukrainian language sector will be opened in Tbilisi, where students affected by the ongoing hostilities in Ukraine will be enrolled. The Georgian Ministry of Education reports.Georgian Minister of Education Mikheil Chkhenkeli has hosted Andrei Kasyanov, the Charge d’affaires of Ukraine in Georgia.As Minister noted at the meeting, the initiative will enable Ukrainian students to receive education in their mother tongue.According to Minister, the doors of Georgian public and private schools have already been opened for Ukrainian students, and their enrollment is underway. According to the current data, 190 Ukrainian children were enrolled at schools in Tbilisi and the regions of Georgia.
The Georgian government has been evacuating Georgian citizens from Ukraine, the Georgian MFA said. Currently, about 2,000 citizens have returned to Georgia.Georgian diplomatic missions in Ukraine continue to work in the emergency regime in Kyiv, Odesa and Lviv to help to evacuate the Georgian citizens.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia provides intensive enrollment of school-age children affected by the ongoing hostilities in Ukraine in public and private schools.According to the available data, the parents of 72 students of different ages have expressed their desire to enroll in schools in Tbilisi and the regions, 38 of them have already been enrolled.In addition to enrolling in schools, it is known that psychologists from the Resource Officer Service provide psychosocial support to children from Ukraine. It should be noted that as soon as the mentioned information was spread, dozens of interested people had already applied to the Psychosocial Service Center of the Resource Officer Service.With the involvement and coordination of all relevant stakeholders, access to learning for each child is ensured by the Ministry. Students can be enrolled in the class in which they were studying in Ukrainian schools as of February 24, 2022. Children also have the opportunity to receive education in any language throughout Georgia.We would like to remind you that according to the decision made by the Government of Georgia, schoolchildren who are unable to continue their general education in Ukrainian schools due to the hostilities in Ukraine on February 24, 2022 and express their desire to continue their education in Georgia will be enrolled in schools. Those wishing to continue their studies in Georgia should apply to the desired school.