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Japan and Sweden to Participate in Joint Drills ‘Worthy Partner 2022’ in Georgia For the First Time


The Worthy Partner international exercises will be held for the sixth time in Georgia in 2022. More than 2,400 military personnel from 21 countries will take part, including from Japan and Sweden for the first time, as reported by the Ministry of Defense of Georgia. Worthy Partner exercises are held annually, organized by the Georgian Ministry of Defense and the European command of the American army. The motto of the exercises is “Strength in partnership.” The exact start date of the exercises is still unknown, but the Vaziani military base near Tbilisi has been selected as the site. A portion…

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