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Assistant Secretary General of NATO to visit exercises in Georgia2012-09-25 11:57
NATO Assistant Secretary General Stephen Evans intends to visit military exercises "Georgia-2012" to practice the skills in the event of disaster. This was announced by the Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze, the News-Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The main purpose of the visit is the presence at the military exercises "Georgia-2012", to be held from 22 to 28 of September. The purpose of the exercises is to practice skills in the event of natural disasters. Recent years have shown a significant improvement in coordination between the countries. These exercises are a good opportunity for improvement of the expertise of the relevant agencies of Georgia", Kalandadze said.
On September 22, in Georgia started the international exercises "Georgia-2012" in the frameworks of the NATO "Partnership for Peace", the Interfax reported referring to the press service of the Interior Ministry.
Exercises are being held at the firing ground of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia in Yalgudzha near Tbilisi. They are attended by about one thousand people, including representatives from 34 NATO members and partner countries of the alliance, as well as the civilian and law enforcement agencies.
The exercises also involve groups of the The Euro-Atlantic Response Coordination Centre on natural disasters and catastrophes and the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council.