Georgian soldiers in Afghanistan injured in suicide blast
Tbilisi, Georgia, Nov.15
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Three Georgian soldiers serving in a peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan were injured in a suicide bomb attack.
Georgia's Ministry of Defence released a statement Nov.15 that said three members of the Georgian Armed Forces were patrolling the Bagram Air Base territory when a suicide bomber blew himself up.
The wounded were placed in Bagram hospital and their lives are now out of danger.
Since the beginning of participation in the mission in Afghanistan, 29 people of the Georgian military lost their lives and 435 people were injured.