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Georgian peacekeepers return from Afghanistan

Georgian peacekeepers return from Afghanistan

The 13th battalion of the 1st Infantry Brigade of the Eastern Command of Georgian Defense Forces has completed the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan and returned home.

The MIA says that Deputy Chief of the Georgian Defence Forces, Zaza Chkaidze, Eastern Command Colonel and Brigadier General Roland Dzneladze, and Commander of the 1st Infantry Battalion Colonel Zaza Shalamberidze have met the Georgian peacekeepers at Tbilisi International Airport.

They thanked the soldiers for their service and congratulated them on their safe return to the homeland.

The 13th battalion of the 1st Infantry Brigade has performed the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission for six months at the Bagram Airfield base. The key objective of the mission is ensuring security.

The 32nd battalion has now replaced the 13th and continued fulfilling the mission.

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