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Candidate for Chief of Joint Staff of Georgian Armed Forces2012-12-04 13:04
Today, Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Alasania submitted to President Mikheil Saakashvili the candidacy of Colonel Irakli Dzneladze for the post of chief of the Joint Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces, the Echo of the Caucasus reports. According to the Ministry of Defense, this candidacy has been agreed during consultation between the Defense Minister and the president.gt-en-newsitem-inside
First Alasania's order to Colonel Dzneladze is to prepare a meeting of the NATO military committee.
At a briefing on December 3, Adviser to the Minister of Defense of Georgia Vako Avaliani stated that the president and the Defense Minister had agreed on the candidacy of the Chief of Joint Staff of Georgian Armed Forces, but refused to name him, saying that it will be known after the official presentation, the News-Georgia reported.
Georgian media reported that Irakli Dzneladze served in the Armed Forces of Georgia for 20 years. At various times, he served in land forces and Joint Staff. He also was a military attache of Georgia in Ukraine. Dzneladze received military training in the U.S., where he graduated from College of the Army. He was chief of the Department of Logistics J-4, which had the function of planning operations.
Recall, Chief of Joint Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces Giorgi Kalandadze and commander of the 4th Brigade of the Defense Ministry Zurab Shamatava arrested on the night of November 7.