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Georgian Defense Ministry: Georgia won't abandon production of military equipment2013-01-30 12:38
Georgian Defense Ministry does not intend to close the military-industrial enterprise "Delta" and abandon the production of military equipment and weapons, the Trend reported. This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Defense of Georgia Zaza Broladze, commenting on the statement of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili on the possible closure.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Broladze explained that earlier the development of the military combat vehicles, "Lazika" and "Didgori", had been carried out in accordance with the tastes of individual politicians. Now the reformed management is doing this in collaboration with professional military instructors and experts.
Previously, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said that, according to the data he had, the Ministry of Defense was discussing the fate of the venture "Delta" producing military equipment. According to the president, it would have been a big mistake if Georgia abandons military production, the Echo of the Caucasus reported.