The Ministry of Justice now begins the century project in Rustavi too. Today, Mr. Soso Tsikarishvili, Head of the Public Registry Agency of the Ministry of Justice and Mr. Mamkua Samkharadze, Head of Passport and Population Registration Unit of the Civil Registry Agency made a statement about beginning of the Addressing Project in Rustavi. Chairman of the city council of Rustavi, Mr. Kakhaber Gurgenidze and members of the city council attended the event.
In parallel with the Tbilisi Addressing Project, works will be carried out all over the city of Rustavi. Within the framework of the project, all the streets in Rustavi will be registered, all the houses and flats will be numbered, and detailed information about the streets in the city will be collected: starting and ending points of every street will be determined, existing alleys will be registered together with safety objects, bridges or squares, street directions will be determined; information will be collected about the residential, administrative, educational, sports, cultural, state, trade, healthcare, bank and other types of buildings.
After the Public Registry Agency will have completed the inventory of streets, buildings and flats located on those streets, Civil Registry Agency will identify the persons registered at residential flats located in newly created addresses.
The tender-winning company “Metri” implements technical works in Rustavi Addressing Project.
The Ministry of Justice has actively worked on the project for creating the addressing system for two years. The project is aimed to develop addressing system in Georgia and consequently improve public registry unified database. Improved address system, from its side, will significantly improve city planning, finding and perception of streets, as well as solve all the problem that have concerned citizens for many years.
Despite changes reflected in the databases of Public and Civil Registries within the frameworks of the addressing project, the citizens will not have to renew documents, as far as old information on property and citizens, also the adjusted data will be stored in the bases.
By implementing the project for creating the addressing system, the nameless roads and streets will disappear in the populated areas of Georgia. Roads of all the settlements or villages will have their own names, and the buildings will be numbered. Data concerning any kind of information will be added to the digital map, which from its side will support the effective performance of navigation system in Georgia.