Georgia, Estonia sign deal to cooperate in military reform
The Georgian and Estonian defence ministers have signed a cooperation plan which envisages Estonia. support for Georgia to reform its special operation forces, Agenda reports.
The agreement came after the Estonian Defence Minister Juri Luik’s visit to Georgia.
Luik praised Georgian reforms in the military field and vowed political and practical support for Georgia.
The Estonia official stated that his country and Georgia had a similar defence model in terms of professional and reserve military service.
Izoria thanked Estonia for his country’s support for Georgia’s territorial integrity and NATO integration.