“They build a safe country” - New movie-like ad by Georgia's MIA
10 June, 2015
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia have held a presentation of a new ad showcasing the work of the agency in the movie theatre “Amirani”.

“They build a safe country” – this is the basic message that MIA sends to the citizens through this ad. The ad depicts functions and work specifics of various divisions of the Ministry, it shows how the law enforcement fight against criminals and the way they react in the emergency situations.

“The social ad was created
to better inform society on all aspects of the Ministry of Internal Affairs' work as well as enhance faith and support towards police officers. The ad is created by Public Relations Department of MIA. Music used in the video was created by an American composer Tony Anderson.
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