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The 112 Georgia Emergency and Operative Response Center was created in 2012 by the Georgia Ministry of Internal Affairs,<ref>"Georgia: Country Specific Information". U.S. Department of State</ref> as a "Legal Entity of Public Law". The service was created for establishing an effective emergency communication system. It is a 24-hour emergency response center that receives calls from all over Georgia via the unified emergency number: 1-1-2.
Before this there existed 3 independent emergency numbers in Georgia for Fire/Rescue, Police patrol, and Medical emergencies.
The emergency response center has centralized, unified electronic communications, monitoring of emergency services, and harmonized emergency number usage within Europe.
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