Lithuanian military experts arrived in Georgia to share their experience in terms of training and evaluation with their Georgian counterparts.
The experts, who arrived in Georgia by a military jet and laden with special equipment, will stay in the country for a week and spend most of their time at the Krtsanisi National Training Centre near Tbilisi.
The major task of the visit is sharing experience with Georgian military experts on how they should carry out training and evaluate military studies.
The process is important as it takes place ahead of planned training at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)-Georgia Joint Training and Evaluation Centre (JTEC) next month.
Georgia’s Deputy Defence Minister Davit Ebralidze praised the visit and wished for “more NATO involvement in Georgia”.
The Lithuanians stressed they were happy, as they could support Georgia as it strives to integrate into the Euro-Atlantic space.
The Lithuanians also brought their own meals, ready to taste rations to share with their Georgian colleagues.
Lithuanian experts to share experience
By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, April 20