Georgia's Ministry of Internal Affairs and the United States' Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have signed a new agreement that allows the organisations to share biometric data.FBI legal attachÉ Kathleen Canning said the deal with the country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia will boost criminal justice coordination to solve crimes quicker and easier.”I am very happy to announce that the FBI in conjunction with Criminal Justice Information Services has engaged in a very formal agreement with the Government of Georgia and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to share biometrics,” Canning said.She added that this agreement will enable the sharing of not just fingerprints, that also other biometric information such as facial recognition data.”I think this will help both of our countries more forward in fighting criminal activity as well as counter-terrorism and our efforts to combat terrorism in both of our countries.”