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NATO days will inspire Georgia to heroism2010-10-19 19:22
Hearts and souls of thousands of Georgian children and teenagers are rejoicing today. It could not have been otherwise: meetings are going to be held in higher educational institutions and schools in various towns and regions of the country in the context of NATO days that have been initiated in Sakartvelo. Georgian youngsters are going to be visited by representatives of The People's Diplomacy Administration of the North-Atlantic Alliance and ambassadors from several NATO states. A one-week activity program in the context of NATO days will be officially opened tonight at the State Museum in the east-Georgian town of Signakhi.
The events have been organized by NATO Information Center in Georgia and the office of the state minister for integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures. Besides visits to schools, meetings with students have been planned, as well as with representatives of academic circles and nongovernmental organizations. A gala concert to be held at University named after Akaky Tsereteli in Kutaisi on October 23 will end the NATO days program in Georgia.
According to director of Center for Strategic Research of the Caucasus Mamuka Areshidze, Georgia does not expect much of these days. "Such events are held very often. These "days" have become a tradition in several recent years but the Georgian publicity realizes the scarceness of the probability of the country's entrance into NATO. Such events are purely informative. Children get acquainted with the realities of the North-Atlantic Alliance".
It is a well known thing that demonstrativeness has always been the guarantee of successful pedagogy, the basis of the cognitive process. Due to the efforts of the Georgian government conscious of the future of the young government, NATO emissaries won't be deprived of it. A "wonderful" example is the recent tragedy that happened in the province of Gilmend in the south of Afghanistan when four servicemen from the Georgian contingent tripped a mine while patrolling. The servicemen joined the list of Sakartvelo's losses exactly during the visit of the North-Atlantic Alliance Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to Tbilisi. After that, one can expect the hearts of the young citizens to fill with unutterable inspiration when they realize the meaning of the people's sacrifice for the sake of democratic values in a faraway country.