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Sakartvelo taking part in Viking 2011 virtual training2011-04-11 19:41
Georgian military men jointed the Viking 2011 virtual training in the context of Partnership for the Sake of Peace NATO's program. As was reported by Novosti Georgia with reference to the Ministry of Defense, 130 Georgian servicemen and civilians take part in the training. They participate in the virtual training from the territory of Vaziani military base in the suburbs of the capital. The training is held with the help of network simulators modeling peaceful anti-crisis operation.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The events of the training develop in a virtual country called Bogalend where a peaceful operation on conflict settlement is carried out. These events resemble the late events in Africa and Central Asia. In Georgia, the training is led by Head of Operational Training Directorate of the Joint Headquarters of the Armed Forces of Georgia Zurab Tomauri. Chief advisor is a Swedish representative Major Durbin Johannesson.
In all, 24 countries take part in Viking 2011. So long as the scene is laid in a virtual world, main headquarters are located in Sweden: this country has organized the training, while the brigades' headquarters are situated in Georgia, Austria, Germany, Ireland and Ukraine.