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Saakashvili to advise Poroshenko on reforms

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has set up an International Advisory Council for Reform led by the former Georgian president and his advisor, Mikheil Saakashvili.

«To form the International Advisory Council for Reform as an advisory agency under the President of Ukraine, whose main objective is to offer proposals and recommendations on reforms in Ukraine on the basis of the best international experience,» according to a decree posted on the website of the Ukrainian president on Friday evening.

Saakashvili, who was the president of Georgia in 2004-2007 and 2008-2013, has been appointed as the head of the new body.

The International Advisory Council for Reform in Ukraine «aims to invite leading foreign experts with the globally-renowned best practical experience in reforming relevant areas,» the document reads.

Saakashvili is «to submit proposals on appointing the Council personnel and to draft the Regulations of the International Advisory Council for Reform,» the document reads.

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Petr Sergeev 13 February 2015, 22:08

Так реформировал, что находится в розыске, и на него в Грузии заведены уголовные дела.

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Alexandr Futbolist
Alexandr Futbolist 13 February 2015, 21:30

На одного педика, стало больше, правительство Окраины!!!

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