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USA allocated Georgia USD 8 mln for military needs2010-04-05 11:20
Georgia and five more countries will receive financial aid from the USA for participation in Afghan mission. Georgia, as well as Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia, Estonia, and Hungary will be allocated USD 50 mln.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Tbilisi will receive USD 8.3 mln - the Argumenty Nedeli.
The sum is intended for keeping units, deployed in the territory of Afghanistan, and encouragement of 1300 soldiers of these countries, participating in the mission.
Georgia is the only non-member of NATO, allocated the aid from the USA.