Military
28 September, 2013
28 September, 2013
Service members of the 31st Battalion, 3rd Infantry Brigade, visited Juma Mosque in Tbilisi to meet All-Georgia Muslim Union Sheikh Vagiph Akberov and hear a lecture on Islamic customs and restrictions in Afghanistan
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26 September, 2013
26 September, 2013
Irakli Alasania, Georgia’s Defence Minister, break almost sensational news when he states that units of Georgian army would be a part of the rapid response forces of NATO from 2015.
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19 September, 2013
19 September, 2013
PM Bidzina Ivanishvili reprimanded President Saakashvili for purchasing two French-made Superpuma helicopters for 55 Euros. The President’s team in its part claims that the Government seeks to weaken Georgian aviation by selling these Superpumas.
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17 September, 2013
17 September, 2013
Zakro Kukhashvili, a Georgian service member of the ISAF mission in Afghanistan, has a spouse and three kids waiting for his return to Georgia.
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12 September, 2013
12 September, 2013
The delegation of Georgia’s Defense Ministry paying an official visit to the United States has been meeting and holding talks with American militaries and politicians. Then they held an official meeting in the UN Headquarters where the Deputy Chief of UN Peacekeeping Edmond Mulet and Georgia’s Defense Minister Irakli Alasania examined the possibility of involving Georgian soldiers in future peacekeeping operations run by the UN around the planet.
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10 September, 2013
10 September, 2013
The military airstrip of Aviation Factory No. 31 in Tbilisi hosted the first air show in Georgia on September 9 to mark anniversary of the birth of the famous Georgian aviation engineer Alexander Kartveli.
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02 September, 2013
02 September, 2013
In April 2010, 749 Georgian service members of 31 Infantry Battalion, 3 Infantry Brigade, departed for Helmand province of Afghanistan.
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02 September, 2013
02 September, 2013
A reinforced platoon of 13 Light Infantry Battalion, I Infantry Brigade, has taken over the duty of providing security for Phoenix military base in Kabul, Afghanistan in frames of the ISAF mission.
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20 August, 2013
20 August, 2013
The Georgian military servicemen are leaving for Afghanistan. A farewell ceremony was held at the base area of the IV Infantry Brigade in Vaziani.
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25 July, 2013
25 July, 2013
Where is the point of convergence?

The Parliament overturned on July 12 presidential vetoes on two bills – one related to amendments to the law on broadcasting and the other envisaging cutting of President’s powers over the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission.
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08 July, 2013
08 July, 2013
A study by the US Defense Department estimates 26,000 men and women in the military were subject to some level of unwanted sexual contact in 2012.
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02 July, 2013
02 July, 2013
Afghan security forces have defused an alleged would-be suicide bomber's explosive vest while he was still wearing it, preventing an attack in Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan.
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01 July, 2013
01 July, 2013
The top British commander in Afghanistan says the West should have tried to strike a deal with the Taliban when it was toppled a decade ago.
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27 June, 2013
27 June, 2013
The North Atlantic Alliance handed over the control over the security throughout Afghanistan to the local army and police, the move broadly seen as a strong factor against further terror attacks on ISAF, including Georgian troops.
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26 June, 2013
26 June, 2013
NATOchannel.tv pulbished a video about Georgian troops in Afghanistan.
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12 June, 2013
12 June, 2013
Two bases used by Georgian Armed Forces in the ISAF mission in Afghanistan will be closed down, Defense Minister Irakli Alasania said on the Positsia talk show.
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08 June, 2013
08 June, 2013
Defense Minister Irakli Alasania traveled to Afghanistan from Brussels to attend the June 7 ceremony to pay respects to the memory of the seven Georgian service members killed in an insurgent attack on their base in the Helmand province.
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07 June, 2013
07 June, 2013
Georgian reporter recognized footage captured by him during a 2010 feature work in Afghanistan in the recently released controversial YouTube video containing threats against the Georgian armed forces of the ISAF mission by supposed jihadist forces.
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07 June, 2013
07 June, 2013
Georgian service members wounded in an insurgent attack in Afghanistan have been taken to the main hospital of the “Bastioni” base. The majority of the injured suffered barotraumas.
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07 June, 2013
07 June, 2013
The New York Times published an article about Georgian soldiers’ death in Afghanistan.
‘A suicide bomber driving a truck packed with explosives attacked an isolated base manned by Georgian troops
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