Turkiye to export Armoured Personnel Carrier to Georgia
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Georgian Defence ministry’s budget was increased by $28 million for the following year. Defence minister Juansher Burchuladze said last month that the budget would be used to implement “medium- and long-term projects” with the support of foreign partners.
Georgia has acquired weapons and established joint enterprises that will produce rifles and drones. The country is also working on opening a large ammunition production plant.
The ministry plans to acquire anti-aircraft, anti-tank and anti-armour systems.