Nalbandian: Racism and racial discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance grossly violate human dignity and give rise to tensions within and between societies. That is why the fight against them became one of the main priorities of our chairmanship.
Tbilisi. The Defence Ministries of Georgia and Estonia signed the 2013 Military Cooperation Plan in Tbilisi on Wednesday, January 16, the Georgian defence department's press-service reports.
"The defence departments of Georgia and Estonia signed the plan of bilateral military cooperation, determining main trends of cooperation between the ministries in 2013", is said in the statement.
The document was signed by head of the Department of International Relations and Euro-Atlantic Integration of the Georgian Defence Ministry David Nardaia and Director of the International Relations Department of DM of Estonia Indrek Sirp.
During the visit to Georgia, the delegation of Estonian Defence Ministry also held a meeting on Wednesday with First Deputy Defence Minister Levan Dolidze, where the sides discussed issues of bilateral cooperation between the countries. The Deputy Minister expressed gratitude to Estonian guests for financing training of representatives of the Georgian Defence Ministry in Tartu College and offered Estonian military men to attend courses in Sachkhere Mountain Training School in 2013.