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Maneuvers with participation of U.S. Navy ship to be held in Georgia2010-04-15 15:04
John L. Hall (FFG-32), the ship of the U.S. Navy entered the territorial waters of Georgia yesterday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's the second visit of the vessel to Georgia; the first one took place in end February-early March. That time joint maneuvers with participation of U.S. ship crew and Georgian coast guards were held.
This time theoretical and practical maneuvers of the coast guards of both countries will be held. They imply acquiring skills in containing the fire and avoiding sinking of the ship.
The official ceremony of meeting was held in Poti port yesterday - RIA Novosti.
According to border police, on April 16th John L. Hall will arrive in Batumi port, where the guests and military attaches, accredited in Georgia, will meet with Mayor General Zaza Gogava, the chief of border police of Georgia; and 1st rank Captain Besik Shengelia, the head of the coast guard department. Military attaches will visit Gonio station of coast guard and Sokhumi [P-24] ship.
John L. Hall will leave Georgia on April 19th .