Military
03 January, 2015
03 January, 2015
Georgian soldiers have recently taught group of African children Georgian songs. Watch this video and enjoy a sample of Georgian song, courtesy of a few African children
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24 December, 2014
24 December, 2014
“The people of Georgia are observing events taking place in the southwestern regions of Ukraine with great interest. One reason for all this attention is the fact that there
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24 December, 2014
24 December, 2014
“Ours is one of the most effective units fighting against Russia’s regular army” - declared Mamuka Mamulashvili, a Georgian fighter currently engaged in Ukraine, during a live interview with Rustavi 2 TV.
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20 December, 2014
20 December, 2014
A Georgian soldier was recently killed in Ukraine. Aleksandre Grigolashvili’s group was ambushed by pro-Russian separatist in the village of Shastie, which resulted in him
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18 December, 2014
18 December, 2014
It seems that after Abkhazia, the Kremlin now is planning to sign a “union and partnership treaty” with the so-called South Ossetia. Following the initiative
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18 December, 2014
18 December, 2014
A very important event took place on August 5th, 2008. It was forgotten three days later when Russia invaded Georgia.
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09 December, 2014
09 December, 2014
A farewell ceremony was held for Vaziani 4th Mechanized Brigade, which is deploying to Central African Republic on a peacekeeping mission.
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04 December, 2014
04 December, 2014
Last week French President Francois Hollande announced that France, which has already missed two deadlines to deliver to Russia two completed Mistral helicopter-carriers
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04 December, 2014
04 December, 2014
After the August 2008 war, the Russian Admiral Vladimir Visotksy declared, “If we had a Mistral we’d land our troops on the Georgian coastline in 40 minutes
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27 November, 2014
27 November, 2014
Officially, Yerevan declares that the Russian Federation is its main strategic partner and it won’t even refuse to use its military force to protect the territorial integrity of Armenia.
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13 November, 2014
13 November, 2014
Several Georgian experts and politicians from Alasania’s camp – namely the respected political expert, Soso Tsiskarishvili – maintain that while visiting Paris, the Minister
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06 November, 2014
06 November, 2014
During the Cold War, a secret underground tunnel was built in Kvareli to serve as a bomb shelter in case of a nuclear attack. Today, however, it is a repository for Kakheti’s finest wines.
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06 November, 2014
06 November, 2014
The ISAF operation in Afghanistan is coming to its conclusion, but that doesn't mean that foreign soldiers will not be there anymore. Georgia, despite not being a NATO member, will remain among the leaders when it comes to the amount
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03 October, 2014
03 October, 2014
A Georgian soldier serving in the French Foreign Legion spiced up his stay at an airport in Paris with an impromptu song on a piano. He dedicated the song to all Georgian emigrants.
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
American airstrikes on the Islamic State’s military encampments have once again reminded the world of the Pankisi Gorge and have brought back the horror of war
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
At the beginning of August the Radical Islamist movement ISIS staged a massacre in the Yazidi villages of Iraq. The fighters of the ‘Islamic State’ terrorist organization chased the Yazidis
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04 September, 2014
04 September, 2014
Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council announced Wednesday that Ukraine would host multinational exercises later this month with the United States, NATO and other nations.
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04 September, 2014
04 September, 2014
Corporal Temur Dadiani, who lost both lower limbs to a landmine during his deployment to Afghanistan, has set a world record in push-ups. His inclusion into the listing of records
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21 August, 2014
21 August, 2014
A Georgian trooper stationed in Afghanistan was named the best soldier of the week. According to Georgia’s Ministry of Defense, a soldier in service of intelligence battalion
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17 July, 2014
17 July, 2014
Georgian armed forces are involved in a peacekeeping mission operated under the EU aegis. Soldiers of one of the infantry battalions of Georgia have already departed
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