Georgia to discuss military cooperation with Sweden, Poland and Bulgaria


Trend.az
December 15, 2012

Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Alasania discussed military cooperation with the foreign ministers of Sweden and Bulgaria, and the head of the Polish presidential administration.

The sides discussed the issues of future military relations, Alasania said after the meeting.

“First of all it is the matter of training and education. We are partners of NATO in Afghanistan. In this regard, we have discussed the future strategy for ensuring security in Afghanistan. The ongoing reforms in the Ministry of Defence were also discussed. We acquainted the guests with our basic views on what changes will be made in the doctrine of the defence,” the Minister of Defence said.

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