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Ship of Turkish Navy arrives in Batumi port2009-07-15 12:12
The TCSG 123 ship of the Turkish Navy has recently entered the port of Batumi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The ship arrived in Georgia on a visit of friendship, ITAR-TASS reports.
The Georgian Coast Guard (GCG) informed that on July 15 the ship would sail to the port of Poti to stay there for three days.
On July 16 joint trainings of the Turkish vessel and GCG boats will be held to practice maritime search and rescue operations and tactical maneuvers.
As expected the command of the Turkish vessel will be received by Poti mayor and the crew are invited to take part in cultural and sports events. TCSG-123 will leave Georgian territorial waters on July 17.
Earlier Georgia Times informed about the GM destroyer USS Stout's arrival in the port of Batumi on a friendly visit this Tuesday.
He will also take part in joint trainings with GCG ships.