Georgia may send troops to Afghanistan

Georgian Defense Ministry is negotiating with NATO on the direction of the Georgian military units in Afghanistan.
“We are ready at any time to participate in NATO operations in Afghanistan, but the details of the negotiations in this direction becomes clearer in the coming days,” - told reporters on Tuesday the Joint Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Georgia Vladimir Chachibaya.
A decision on the direction of the Georgian military contingent in Afghanistan, as reported in the Georgian media, can be taken at a meeting of NATO-Georgia Commission, scheduled for February 19 in Cracow, which will be a meeting of the Council of Defense Ministers of NATO members and partners.

17 February 2009 | afghanistan, georgia, nato, troops

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