The head of the Ministry of defense of Georgia Tinatin Khidasheli on the first day of the week inspected the Krtsanisi base near Tbilisi, where on August 27, will open a training center NATO, and said that this day would be a " real holiday ", reports journalist OPINION in Tbilisi.
Khidasheli said future event " will be an important page in the history of relations between NATO and Georgia ".
in her expressions, " in the coming months and will be other events in the plan of implementation of decisions of last year's Wales summit of NATO in Georgia ". Tinatin Khidasheli stressed that the implementation process is due to regular consultations with NATO. In connection with the opening of the center will visit Georgia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. As stated on the first day of the week Tbilisi newspaper "Kviris Palitra" ( "Palette of the week" ), in the NATO centre will undergo training at the battalion level. Exercises will be conducted for the Georgian military, NATO members and partner countries of the North Atlantic Commonwealth. Emphasis is planned to be done as well as among them in the reflection of aviation, armored and artillery attacks. First Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said that Georgia will open it training center, not a NATO base." We will open the training center, he said.- Around this centre there was a lot of speculation, As if It is a training camp. But This is not a training base. This is a training center for our soldiers, to increase the level of their training in Accordance with NATO standards "." We welcome the visit of NATO Secretary General to Georgia, It is a great honor for us, " he noted. According to Irakli Garibashvili, Georgia you should plan approved for her Welsh NATO summit in 2014." We do this plan, " said the head of government of Georgia. Returning to the training centre, he said that in Georgia there are already similar - in Sachkhere. A few years ago in Sachkhere with the assistance of France was opened school mountain shooters. There periodically are learning military from NATO countries and partners of the North Atlantic Commonwealth. The current centre will open in Vaziani East of Tbilisi. On the first day of the week the head of the Ministry of defense of Georgia accompanied by Ukrainian diplomats also visited seven soldiers of the Ukrainian armed forces who are undergoing rehabilitation in a specialized center in Tserovani near the capital of Georgia. She congratulated them on the Day of independence. These military arrived in Georgia on August 20 and will remain on the 3rd of September. Georgia is ready to continue taking on the rehabilitation of the Ukrainian military. The Minister said that Georgia officially supports Ukraine with humanitarian projects.