April 9, 1978 |
თბილისი, Georgian SSR
Levan Choladze (Georgian: ლევან ჭოლაძე) (born April 9, 1978) is a Georgian politician and diplomat. He formerly served as Chairman of Chamber of Control of Georgia (2007-2008), Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia from October to December 2005, and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia (2006-2007)
- 2003 - Attended NATO Defense College, (Rome, Italy).
- Summer 2003 - Studied at York St. John College of the University of Leeds, School of International Education (Great Britain).
- 2002 - Royal Netherlands Military Academy, Georgian-Netherlands International Security Course.
- 2000 - graduated from faculty of International Law and International Relations, Tbilisi State University, majoring in International Law and was conferred qualification of Lawyer.
- 2008-2011 - First Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Georgia.
- 2007-2008 - Chairman of the Chamber of Control of Georgia.
- 2005-2007 - Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.
- October–December 2005 - National Security Advisor to the President of Georgia - Secretary of the National Security Council.
- 2004-2005 - First Deputy Secretary of the National Security Council.
- June–October 2004 - Director of State and Public Security Department. NSC.
- February–June 2004 - Head of Defense Minister's Office.
- 2003-2004 - Deputy Director of Defense Policy and International Relations Department. Ministry of Defense.
- 2002-2003 - Head of International Legal Division. Ministry of Defense.
- 1998–2002 - Different positions at the International Legal Division. Ministry of Defense.
- 1996–1998 - General Prosecutors Office of Georgia.
|Chairman, Chamber of Control of Georgia
|Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia