Georgian military base becomes eligible to train NATO military
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 12 /Trend, N.Kirtskhalia/
The Sachkhere military base (the region of Imereti, Western Georgia) on training the mountain shooters got the status of PFP, which gives it the right to train NATO military.
The Georgian Defense Ministry reported that today the Ambassador of France to Georgia Eric Fournier and Deputy Defence Minister of Georgia Nodar Kharshiladze visited the base.
The deputy minister said henceforth the military base in Sachkhere, which was built by France, will begin to train the NATO military.
"The program on training of mountain shooters upon NATO standards will already start in September," he said.
Today, Fournier and Kharshiladze opened the honorary board on conferring the status of PFP upon Sachkhere military base.