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Georgia and Turkey to conduct joint military exercises2012-09-11 16:12
Georgia and Turkey are going to conduct joint naval exercises. According to the Georgian Border Police, the exercises will be held on the 13th of September in the waters of Batumi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The exercises will be attended by the Turkish crew of the Coast Guard cutter TCSG-71, as well as the officers of the Coast Guard of the Georgian Border Police, the IA Regnum reported.
Turkish Coast Guard cutter TCSG-71 entered the territorial waters of Georgia yesterday, on September 10, the Armenia Today reports. The visit is part of a joint plan of cooperation between Georgia and Turkey in 2012. The purpose of the visit is to exchange experiences in the field of maritime boundary security, as well as the very joint naval exercises.
Turkish border guards have visited Poti, where they laid a wreath at the memorial to the victims of the Georgian-Russian war, mounted at the Poti base of the Coast Guard. They met with the Mayor of Poti and the command of the Department of the Coast Guard.
Today the Turkish cutter arrives at the port of Batumi, where the joint exercises to be held. The boat TCSG-71 leaves the maritime space of Georgia on the 13th of September.