May 3, 2014

NATO Will Discuss Deployment of ‘Defensive Assets' in Georgia

NATO Deputy Secretary General's Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia region said in Tbilisi that he believed the Alliance would discuss whether NATO allies should deploy "defensive assets" in Georgia.
He announced this in response to the Georgian Defence Minister suggestion to put "air defense and anti-armour capabilities in Georgia," which he made in Washington at the Atlantic Council's conference.
"This is something we need to put in Georgia and then Russians will understand that you are serious," minister said in response to Russia's actions in Ukraine at the panel discussion of the conference.

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