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Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia Hold Military Training In Ankara

Azeri Press Agency
November 24, 2012

Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia to hold joint military training in Ankara
Malahat Najafova

Baku: The Turkish Armed Forces will start a special military training, “Caucasus Eagle,” on November 26.

APA reports that servicemen from Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia will participate in the trainings.

The Turkish General Staff reports that special groups from the three countries will attend the trainings in Ankara from November 26 till December 2.


Trend News Agency
November 26, 2012

US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State to visit Georgia
N. Kirtzkhalia

Tbilisi: U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Eric Rubin will visit Georgia on November 27-29. He will meet with government officials and non-governmental and international organizations during the visit.

Eric Rubin will also participate in the work of the group on defense and security, which will be held in the frame of the Committee of the Georgian-American strategic cooperation, the U.S. Embassy told Trend on Monday.

The United States supports the deepening of Georgian-American relations. They help Georgia in democratic and economic reforms, and strongly support the sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.


Trend News Agency
November 26, 2012

Georgian Defense Minister invites Afghan leader to Tbilisi
N. Kirtskhalia

Tbilisi: Afghan President Hamid Karzai met with Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Alasania in Kabul.

According to Afghan media outlets, Alasania informed the Afghan leader about his visit to his country’s troops serving in southern Helmand province, as well as a meeting with Afghan Defense Minister Bismillah Mohammadi.

Alasania described the talks with his Afghan counterpart as efficient.

In addition, on behalf of President Mikheil Saakashvili Alasania invited the Afghan leader to visit Georgia. Hamid Karzai has accepted the invitation gratefully.

According to the Defense Ministry of Georgia, in October, the country increased the number of its troops in Afghanistan up to 1,571 people. Thus, Georgia became the state with the largest contingent within ISAF among non-NATO countries.

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