Military
07 June, 2013
07 June, 2013
‘Seven Georgian troops were killed and nine were wounded in a suicide attack in Afghanistan when insurgents attacked their base, the pro-Western Caucasus country’s army chief said Thursday’ - alarabiya.net informs.
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06 June, 2013
06 June, 2013
A video titled "Taliban Jihad Against Georgian Troops in Afghanistan" has been released on YouTube to present messages of threats to Georgian Armed Forces service members serving in the ISAF mission in Afghanistan.
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30 May, 2013
30 May, 2013
Celebrations of Georgia’s Independence Day on 26 May comprised an open display of Georgian armament for the close public observation. This was but one of the novelties introduced by the Georgian Authorities in the marking of this prominent day, making it much more exciting and interesting for the people than the last year’s marching down the Rustaveli avenue.
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15 May, 2013
15 May, 2013
Service members of the Georgian Armed Forces and their partners in the ISAF mission paid respects to the memory of three Georgian soldiers
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14 May, 2013
14 May, 2013
Three Georgian service members died and several were wounded in the Helmand province of Afghanistan on May 13 after their base came under terrorist attack
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14 May, 2013
14 May, 2013
BBC reports about death of three Georgian soldiers during an attack in Afghanistan.
“Three Georgian soldiers serving with the Nato-led force in Afghanistan have been killed in an insurgent attack on a base in the south of the country.
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09 May, 2013
09 May, 2013
First large-scale military drills attended by New Government

On April 30, on the Vaziani Training Range, Georgian Administration marked the 22nd anniversary of Georgian Armed Forces by staging demonstrative tactical field drills, code named Isari-013 (“Arrow-013”). The honorary audience was made up of the new Government led by PM Bidzina Ivanishvili.
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07 May, 2013
07 May, 2013
The remaining service members of the 12 Battalion, I Infantry Brigade, returned to Georgia from the ISAF mission in Afghanistan on May 6. The battalion had served in the mission during the last six months.
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30 April, 2013
30 April, 2013
In connection with the 22nd anniversary of the Georgian Armed Forces, a field tactical exercise demonstration “Arrow 013” was held at the Vaziani Military Polygon.
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30 April, 2013
30 April, 2013
Georgian Armed Forces celebrated their 22nd anniversary on April 30, with celebratory arrangements in place on all military bases and Minister Irakli Alasania congratulating service members at the Defense Ministry formation yard.
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25 April, 2013
25 April, 2013
In summer of 2013, 7th Russian military base in the occupied Apkhazeti will replenish its araments in the form of upgraded armored vehicles. Specifically, Russian Defence Ministry is set to deliver 40 armored vehicles of BTR-82à type to the said base on the occupied territories to replace BTR-80 type vehicles with much weaker fire power.
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22 April, 2013
22 April, 2013
More Georgian service members of the ISAF mission in Afghanistan are returning to their homeland as part of the rotation process.
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18 April, 2013
18 April, 2013
Soldiers of the 12th Battalion, I Infantry Brigade and the 32nd Battalion, III Infantry Brigade returned to Georgia from the ISAF peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan in an ongoing staged return of service members to their homeland.
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14 April, 2013
14 April, 2013
The 32nd Infantry Battalion of the Georgian Armed Forces returned to Georgia following the end of their rotation in the ISAF mission in Afghanistan. Two service members of the battalion – Corporal Giorgi Anjapharidze and Sergeant Merab Tsaava staged a pleasant surprise for their families with their unannounced return and were warmly met by family members.
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11 April, 2013
11 April, 2013
The Moscow Times published a story about Russian-Georgian joint military exercises.
“Russia and Georgia are taking part in joint multinational biannual drills in the Black Sea along with four other states.
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11 April, 2013
11 April, 2013
On the fifth day of the August war, the Russian occupying forces blocked the main national highway and railway line at Gori, effectively cutting Georgia in two - western and eastern - isolated parts.
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11 April, 2013
11 April, 2013
The Defence Ministry has announced that reservists will not be summoned in 2013 due to the refinmenet of the new concept of the reservist service.
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06 April, 2013
06 April, 2013
Ministry of Defense released a statement regarding the departure of recruits from the Paldo Military Base.
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03 April, 2013
03 April, 2013
Georgian Armed Forces’ 33rd and 42nd battalions are preparing to undergo rotation for the ISAF Afghanistan peacekeeping mission in the Helmand province for the next six months.
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01 April, 2013
01 April, 2013
Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili attended a training of Interior Ministry forces on the Ialguja polygon alongside Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
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All kinds of municipal transport services – including Tbilisi Metro – have been resumed throughout Georgia today.
All types of municipal transport will be reopened from May 29, Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia said at the meeting of the Inter-Agency Coordination Council on COVID-19 today.
The President of the United States of America Donald Trump sent a letter of congratulations to the Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia on Independence Day.
US Ambassador to Georgia Kelly Degnan has congratulated Georgia on the Independence Day.
U.S Naval Institute publishes an article on its official web-site writing that while the many U.S. defense officials and analysts focus almost entirely on threats posed by China, we have to remind ourselves not to dismiss Russia in this.
Georgia’s president has warned that Russia’s struggle to contain the spread of coronavirus and an economic crisis compounded by an oil price collapse risk is triggering new Kremlin aggression beyond its borders, - reads an article published by Financial Times.
Production, advertising, use, and transportation of maps and other objects reflecting the violation of the principle of territorial integrity of Georgia will be considered as an illegal act.
According to Amiran Gamkrelidze, Head of the National Center for Disease Control, tourists will likely have to present a document while entering Georgia that they had been tested in the last 72 hours and the result was negative.
Turkey has started accepting foreign patients from several countries, including from Georgia.
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