U.S. to assist Georgia in preventing nuclear material smuggling
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 26 / Trend , N.Kirtzkhalia/
On Feb. 27 Georgia and U.S. will sign a joint document on Priority measures of Georgia to improve ways to combat nuclear material smuggling at the Georgian foreign ministry on Feb. 27, the ministry said.
The document envisages providing Georgian state institutions which belong to radioactive and nuclear security with relevant equipment, as well as exchange of information between the relevant bodies of U.S. and Georgia, training Georgian specialists and other necessary measures.
From Georgia, Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Nalbandov, First Deputy Interior Minister Ekaterina Zguladze, First Justice Minister Tinatin Burjaliani, Deputy Defense Minister Georgi Muchaidze, Deputy Environment and Natural Resources Protection Minister David Ioseliani and Income Service Deputy Chief Irakliy Siradze will sign the document and U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Tefft - from U.S.
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