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Georgian and Armenian Ministers of Defense discussed military partnership2008-11-12 12:33
David Kezerashvili, the minister of Defense of Georgia met Seyran Ohanyan, his Armenian colleague, in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They discussed military partnership of the two countries, Interfax informs.
"To be precise, they spoke of Russian forces based in Armenia, which, according to some sources, were going to expand their military presence in this country and increase the number of their military bases, but we received a response that there were no such plans", - Kezerashvili said.