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Tbilisi will determine with participation in the ISAF mission after 20142012-04-23 18:01
The form of Georgia's participation in peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan after 2014 will depend on the circumstances at this time, Deputy head of the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nino Kalandadze, the NewsGeorgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We will learn what help is needed to the mission based on the situation in Afghanistan closer to this time (2014). Our goal is to remain faithful participant in the development of mechanisms of international security", Kalandadze said.
April 19, at the meeting of foreign ministers of countries involved in the operation of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Brussels, Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze said that Georgia would support the presence of NATO peacekeeping forces in Afghanistan even after 2014.
According to the ministry, during the meeting, "allies and the heads of the Foreign Ministries of the ISAF operation participants reaffirmed loyalty to the Lisbon summit of NATO and the Bonn conference on Afghanistan".