U.S. helps Georgia in emergency management
Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept.30 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Emergency management training at Tbilisi's police academy took place Thursday in the presence of Kent Logsdon, acting U.S. Ambassador to Georgia, and deputy chairman of the Georgain National Security Council Levan Duchidze as well as other officials.
More than 20 representatives of the U.S. Department of Defense's Nonproliferation Program and affiliated Georgian agencies began exercises Monday in connection to the Center of National Incident Management Management Team.
The training is held under the auspices of international non-proliferation program of the Threat Reduction Agency, themain goal of which is to enhance coordination among state agencies and allocate in internal control system aspects for improvement.
The course aims to improve the skills of management and control over incident management.
Training ends Friday.