Georgia, Tbilisi, June 7 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
The UK will send its security adviser to the Georgian Defense Ministry.
The agreement was reached during a meeting between Georgian Defense Minister
Bacho Akhalaia and British International Security Strategy Minister Gerald Howarth, the Georgian Defense Ministry told Trend.
The meeting was also attended by Deputy Defense Minister
Nodar Kharshiladze and the Chief of Joint Staff Devi Chankotadze.
The meeting discussed deepening of relations in various spheres, including the training of military personnel, the Defense Ministry said.
Howarth said Georgia remains the UK's important friend.
In Afghanistan, the Georgian and British soldiers are fighting side by side. He thanked the Georgian military for the sacrifice that they make to preserve security and stability in the world.
"I am glad to visit Georgia. I want to stress that the UK supports Georgia in its integration into Euro-Atlantic structure. The UK will continue to support Georgia in the reforms to join NATO," Howarth said.