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Addendum to the “Joint Document of U.S and Georgian delegations on Georgia’s Priority Needs to Improve Its Capabilities to Combat Nuclear Smuggling” to be signed tomorrow2009-02-26 17:07
Tomorrow Georgia and the USA will sign Addendum to the "Joint Document of U.S and Georgian delegations on Georgia's Priority Needs to Improve Its Capabilities to Combat Nuclear Smuggling".gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, the document will be signed by representatives of the US and Georgian governments.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Alexander Nalbandov, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Ekaterine Zguladze, First Deputy Minister of Justice Tinatin Burjaliani, Deputy Minister of Defense Giorgi Muchaidze, Deputy Minister of Environment Protection and Natural Resources Davit Ioseliani and Deputy Head of the Revenue Service Irakli Siradze will sign the document from the Georgian side, he Ambassador of the United States of America to Georgia John F. Tefft - from the US side.
The Addendum implies providing state agencies of Georgia involved in the sphere of nuclear and radiation security with modern equipment, information-sharing between the respective US and Georgian services, training of Georgian experts and other activities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia informs.