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Georgia and Turkey discussed military cooperation2010-02-05 18:39
Prospects of development of bilateral Georgian-Turkish cooperation were discussed at the meeting of Bach Akhalaya, the Minister of Defense of Georgia, and his Turkish counterpart Mehmet Vecdi Gönül.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The sides touched upon technical issues and cooperation in training sphere - Trend.
"For a number of years we've been cooperating with Turkey. We concerned about deepening this cooperation and the possible prospects between the two ministries," Akhalaya said.
Answering the question, whether arming Georgia by Turkey was meant, Akhalaya said such topics are not discussed at the meetings of such format.