Armenian forces to participate in NATO drills in Georgia

Armenian forces to participate in NATO drills in Georgia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia will join the Noble Partner 2017 exercises to be conducted by NATO and several of its allies in Georgia from July 30 to August 12.

The exercises at the Vaziani military base near Tbilisi will also be joined by the armed forces of seven other countries - Georgia, Turkey, the United States, Great Britain, Germany, Slovenia and Ukraine, according to Novosti-Gruzia.

The drills will involve German armored personnel carrier GTK boxers, U.S.-made Abrams tanks, and M2 Bradley and Stryker infantry fighting vehicles, as well as C-130 U.S. military aircraft.

Earlier, some 5,000 troops from NATO and partner countries, including Armenia, staged exercises in Romania watched by a senior NATO official and Romania's president.

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