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Georgia intends to increase troops in Afghanistan2012-04-27 17:48
As reported by the Polit.ru, Georgian authorities have decided to increase its troops in Afghanistan. This was announced by the Chief of Staff of the Republic Davie Chankotadze at the working meeting of the participating countries ISAF which is held at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. Chankotadze is heading the Georgian delegation.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Chief of Staff of Georgia said the number of Georgian troops in Afghanistan will increase by 750 people in the near future.
The working meeting was held in frameworks of preparation for the NATO summit in Chicago. They have discussed the peacekeeping operation in Afghanistan and Kosovo, the edition reported. Particular attention was paid to the situation in Libya.
Recall, 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.