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Joint Georgian-American maneuvers in Poti finished2010-06-07 11:33
Joint exercises of coast guard of the Interior Ministry of Georgia and crew of GRAPPLЕ (TARS-53) vessel of the U.S. navy in Poti port [Georgia, South Caucasus] are finished.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the course of the maneuvers training of divers, training of planning and conducting underwater rescue operations was held. Exercises were held aboard the American ship and in the coast guard base in Poti.
The U.S. navy vessel arrived in Poti with a friendly visit on May 26th and will leave Georgian territorial waters on June 8th. Since 2001 U.S. navy ships visit Georgia 2-3 times a year. The most recent one took place in April: John L Hall, the American frigate, visited Georgian ports of Poti and Batumi - ITAR TASS.