Military from 12 countries train teamwork during NATO logistical exercises in Georgia
TBILISI. May 6 (Interfax) - LOGDEV 2019 multinational command post exercises began in Georgia on Monday, in which 130 servicemen from NATO states and partner countries are training teamwork skills.
At the exercises' opening, Georgian Defense Minister Levan Izoria said that their purpose is to bring closer the standards of logistical supplies of the military in partner countries and NATO states.
The exercises, taking place at Vaziani military base near Tbilisi, involve servicemen from Azerbaijan, Albania, the United States, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Georgia, Serbia, Ukraine, Finland, Sweden, and Croatia, the Georgian Defense Ministry said in a statment.
According to the statement, the exercises are directed at improving teamwork in logistical supplies related to the formation and transfer of units to combat areas.
The exercises organized with U.S. support will last until May 17.