Georgia continues to boost its defence capabilities with NATO support
Today (10 March 2021), the NATO Support and Procurement Agency delivered to the Georgian Ministry of Defence the last five of 20 vehicles customized for training activities to be conducted at the NATO-Georgia Joint Training and Evaluation Centre. This initiative is funded by NATO Defence Capacity Building, with contributions from several Allies, including Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Turkey and the United Kingdom, under Norway leadership. The NATO-Georgia Joint Training and Evaluation Centre is part of the Substantive NATO-Georgia Package launched in 2014.
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