Armenian-Georgian defense cooperation discussed in Tbilisi

Armenian-Georgian defense cooperation discussed in Tbilisi

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian delegation headed by first deputy minister of defense David Tonoyan paid a working visited to Tbilisi, with meetings with Georgian high-ranking officials on the agenda.

Discussion of development prospects of defense cooperation and regional security was in the focus of the delegation’s meeting with Georgia’s first deputy defense minister Levan Dolidze.

The delegation further met with Georgian defense minister Irakli Alasania, followed by participation in RA-embassy hosted celebration of 21st anniversary of Armenian army formation, defense ministry’s press service reported.

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