If I were younger, I’d visit Georgia; as it is I subscribe to an enchanting blog: Bassa’s Blog. I don’t visit it enough, but I found the Georgia About blog through Bassa. The modern architecture in Georgia is fascinating.
The introduction of Public Service Halls throughout Georgia is one of many important reforms that are improving the lives of its citizens.
Public Service Hall in Mestia
What are Public Service Halls?
Tagged ‘Everything in One Space’, Public Service Halls are essentially one-stop-shops delivering key services, such as public access to public records, issuing of passports and IDs and business registration.
Because services are housed in one building there is no longer a need to visit different governmental offices.
This can save a huge amount of time and cost.
Each Public Service Hall houses the functions of:
Civil Registry Agency
National Agency of Public Registry
National Archives of Georgia
National Bureau of Enforcement
Notary Chamber of Georgia.
The first Public Service Hall in Georgia was opened at the end of May 2011 in Batumi. Since then, further Public Service Halls have opened in Kutaisi, Rustavi, Mestia, Ozurgeti and Gurjaani. A construction program…
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