Georgian troops rotation from Afghanistan to complete
Georgian troops rotation from Afghanistan to complete

The 13th Infantry Battalion of the 1st Infantry Brigade of the Georgian Defense Forces has successfully completed its Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan. The battalion returned to its homeland in full.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the Deputy Commander of the Georgian Defense Forces, Major General Zaza Chkhaidze, the Eastern Commander, Brigadier General Roland Dzneladze, and the Commander of the First Infantry Brigade, Colonel Zaza Shalamberidze, welcomed the peacekeepers at the Tbilisi International Airport. They thanked the military for the successful implementation of the mission and congratulated them on their peaceful return home.

The 13th Infantry Battalion of the 1st Infantry Brigade has been conducting a NATO-led Resolute Support Mission for six months at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. The main task of the unit was to protect the security of the base. The 32nd Infantry Battalion rotated the 13th Infantry Battalion. It officially took over the mission.

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