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U.S. instructors started training Georgian military2009-08-24 15:27
America instructors, staying in Georgia, started training Georgian soldiers, intended to be sent to Afghanistan in spring 2010, stated Alexander Nalbandov, deputy Foreign Minister, at today's briefing - Interfax.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously Georgia Times reported that several days ago General James T. Conway, the Commandant of the Marine Corps, arrived in Tbilisi with a working visit -Trend News.
The general conducted a meeting with David Sikharulidze, the Minister of Defense of Georgia. The meeting was held behind the closed doors, was attended by Devi Chankotadze, the Cief of the Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Georgia.
75 U.S. marines, who arrived to train Georgian military contingent, subordinate to Conway. One Georgian battalion will be sent to Afghanistan to participate in NATO countries military.