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Ivanishvili's disarming the country?2013-01-31 14:41
Defense Ministry of Georgia is discussing possible separation of the Research and Technology Center "Delta" from the department. "Delta" specializes in the development and production of military equipment. Less than a year has passed after the presentation of the latest brainchild of "Delta" - the new Georgian armored vehicle "Lazika" - at the training ground Vaziani. President himself attended the demonstration of technical and tactical performance of the new machine and took part in the test of "Lazika." His statements of the period were full of loud pathos.
"We have released a armoured personnel carrier, we are producing cars and other equipment. Almost from scratch, in a very short period of time we have established their production to help our armed forces with local resources. Naturally, we continue to work with our partners to once and for all put an end to the attempts of our enemies to isolate Georgia, including in this field", said Saakashvili.
What will change in the orientation of the Research and Technology Center after its separation from the Defense Ministry? Does this mean that the new government of Georgia sees no need for military equipment of the country, and in fact the separation of "Delta" means the stoppage of its activities?
Yesterday, Mikheil Saakashvili, being at a meeting with the lecturers of the Academy of National Defense of Georgia in Gori, stated he was very concerned about the separation of the "Delta" from the Ministry.
"I know that the Defense Ministry of Georgia is now discussing whether to separate "Delta" from the Ministry or not. I want to tell the leadership of the Defense Ministry and the government as a whole, it would be a great mistake if Georgia abandons military production. If "Delta" is separated from the Defense Ministry, it would be looted like before. We started building it from scratch", said the president of Georgia.
What lies behind the words of the president? A real concern? Or, in fact this is just resentment against the new government and its independent decision? Who and why must loot the Research Center? And why separation from the Ministry of Defense must surely mean the stoppage of the Center?