NATO gives no green light for aggression to anybody
NATO will not give green light to anyone for carrying out aggression against Georgia,` NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen has told a news conference today. The NATO Chief said the alliance would continue to follow the decision of the independent governments. Alliance chief also said that the NATO Council would continue with cooperating with Georgia and Ukraine on the level of Foreign Ministers and assisting these countries to reform their armed forces.
Yet another group of the Georgian soldiers serving within the American contingent in Afghanistan arrived in Georgia this morning. The 23rd Battalion is the last Georgian unit that has served at the military camp along with other Georgian units who served ...
The Criminal Police Department has arrested a man for illegal purchase-keeping of drug in Tbilisi. As the Ministry of Internal Affairs has reported, the man was previously convicted for different crimes.
The President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly pays official visit to Georgia - Hugh Bayley and the accompanying delegation will hold meetings with the President, Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and Defence Minister of Georgia.