A session of the Permanent Interagency Commission, at the National Security Council, was held with the aim of discussing draft national-level strategies in the field of security24 July 2021
A session of the Permanent Interagency Commission, at the National Security Council, on Coordination of Elaboration of National-level Conceptual Documents was held at the NSC Office. The meeting was led by the Chairman of the Commission, Secretary of the National Security Council and Minister of Internal Affairs, Vakhtang Gomelauri.
The issue of approval of the two national-level conceptual documents was discussed at the meeting. According to the session agenda, the fist topic discussed was the draft National Strategy on Combating Organized Crime for 2021-2024 and the respective Action Plan for 2021-2022, elaborated within the Interagency Coordination Council for Combating Organized Crime at the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The second topic, discussed during the meeting, was the draft National Cybersecurity Strategy and its Action Plan for 2021-2024, developed within the Georgian Cross Government Cyber (GCGC) Working Group under the Permanent Interagency Commission.
The session was addressed by the Deputy Chair of the Commission, Acting Head of the Office of the National Security Council, Sergo Turmanidze and the member of the Commission, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Aleksandre Darakhvelidze. The speakers reported on the respective draft strategies and action plans, to the Commission members, and informed them about the process of elaboration of the respective documents. Within the framework of the session, a decision was made to submit the abovementioned draft documents, to the Government of Georgia, for approval.
The session was attended by the members of the Permanent Interagency Commission: First Deputy Head of the State Security Service, Aleksi Batiashvili; Deputy Head of the Georgian Intelligence Service, Giorgi Liluashvili; Deputy Minister of Justice, Tornike Cheishvili; First Deputy Minister of Defence, Lela Chikovani; First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Lasha Darsalia; Deputy Chairperson of the Defence and Security Committee of the Parliament of Georgia, Vladimer Chachibaia and First Deputy Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Parliament of Georgia, Giorgi Khelashvili.