Georgia gets rid of officers trained in Russia
Georgian media say that the authorities are going to dismiss the officers who were trained in Russia.
According to VZGLIAD, the edition "Alia" wrote that we are talking about approximately 130 representatives of the military establishment, who went to Russia during Eduard Shevardnadze's presidency and by the order of the then Defense Minister David Tevzadze.
Georgian Defence Ministry hasn't confirmed this information yet.
Note also that not so long ago Georgia introduced lustration for the former Soviet secret service officers and members of the Communist Party and Young Communist League within the framework of "Freedom Charter" adopted by parliament. Now they can not hold public office, teach in universities, etc.