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Georgia will train Afghan security officers2012-11-26 13:52
Georgia is ready to assist Afghanistan in training staff for the national security forces, the News-Georgia reported. This was announced on Sunday by the Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Defense of Georgia Irakli Alasania during his visit yo the Islamic Republic.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the press service of the leader of Afghanistan, before meeting with Karzai Alasania visited the southern Afghan province of Helmand, where he met with the Georgian military contingent in the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan (ISAF), and also held talks with the Minister of Defense of Afghanistan Bismillah Mohammadi.
Alasania also handed Karzai invitation of the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili to visit their country.
Recall, previously we reported that in October this year Georgia increased its military contingent participating in the operation to promote peace in Afghanistan to 1571 people. This was announced by the Ministry of Defense of Georgia.
According to the Defense Ministry, Georgia, along with Australia, the military contingent of which is 1550 people, is one of the not member states of NATO, which is making the largest contribution to the ongoing operation in Afghanistan.