NATO to help Georgia to get rid of explosive waste storehouse
Tbilisi, Georgia, May 17
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgia's four parliamentary committees reviewed and endorsed the Georgia-NATO Support Organization agreement on cleaning a storehouse in Skra (Eastern Georgia) from waste explosives.
Deputy head of the department for relations with the parliament and legal affairs under the defense ministry Vepkhia Grigalashvili stressed that this document is another step in relations between Georgia and NATO. It also helps to create a safe sphere in Georgia and the European integration process.
The agreement will also ensure the opportunity for additional training of a military engineering brigade company.