Pentagon will prepare the Georgian military for the mission in Afghanistan

U.S. intends to assist Georgia in training of military deployed to the international coalition in Afghanistan, said Deputy Defense Minister of Georgia Nikoloz Vashakidze. “The Pentagon is planning to provide the Baltic states and Georgia, which sent military contingents to Afghanistan, serious help. It primarily involves the training and equipping our military, as well as a number of other details necessary for successful international operations”, - said N. Vashakidze reporters on Saturday.

27 March 2010 | afghanistan, georgia's military, mission, pentagon

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