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Tuesday, 21.10.2014, 22:56
Estonia to assist Georgia in fighting against cyber-crime
The Estonian Central Criminal Police will organise specific training sessions for the units of the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs that fight against cyber crime.
At the end of the project, a guidebook will be compiled in Georgian for processing cyber-crime. This will be usable as study material after the end of the project.
Fighting against cyber-crime is one of Georgia’s priorities and the country has set itself an objective to harmonise the strategies and legislation in this sector with those of the European Union. Georgia has also ratified the Council of Europe’s Convention against Computer Crime, which is the only international agreement that regulates cyber-space.