Source Pravda.Ru

Spokesman of U.S. Military Command in Europe, Georgian Defence Minister sign agreement on cooperation

A spokesman of the U.S. Military Command in Europe Fred Rasmussen and Georgian Defence Minister David Tevzadze have signed an agreement on logistics cooperation.

The Georgian Defence Ministry told RIA Novosti that the agreement had been signed as a standard agreement between the NATO member-states and the NATO partner-states. The agreement envisages further cooperation between the countries in defence.

On Thursday a U.S. military delegation watched the U.S. instructors training servicemen of "Commandos" battalion of the Georgian army. Head of the U.S. delegation said that he was satisfied with the training process of Georgian servicemen.

U.S. instructors are going to train about 2,000 Georgian servicemen within the next year and a half.

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