Solemn reception held in Chinese Embassy

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Friday, 29 July 2016 16:58

Embassy of the People's Republic of China to Georgia hosted an official reception event in the Hotel “Hauling Tbilisi” to mark the 89th anniversary of the formation of Chinese Liberation Army. The event was opened by the Georgian and Chinese anthems.
Minister of Defence Tinatin Khidasheli, First Deputy Minister Davit Ebralidze, Deputy Minister Besik Loladze, Chief of the GS of the GAF Major General Vakhtang Kapanadze, Deputy Chief of the GS COL Omar Begoidze and Defence attaches of foreign countries accredited to Georgia attended the reception event.
Tinatin Khidasheli underlined in her speech that Georgia`s Military Attaché will be appointed in People's Republic of China in the nearest future.

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