The last Georgian serviceman left Afghanistan

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The last Georgian serviceman left Afghanistan

The peacekeeping mission of the 32nd battalion of the Georgian Armed Forces has ended. Thus, the last Georgian serviceman left the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

This was reported by the press service of the Georgian Defense Ministry.



The unit was under the command of the US military, participating in the NATO Resolute Support Mission.

During the last six months, while the unit was operating in Afghanistan, it carried out a combat mission to protect the base.

In general, the Georgian military spent 17 years in the country, which is considered one of the most dangerous places on the planet.

For the first time Tbilisi sent its military personnel to Afghanistan in 2004. At that time, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) operated in this country under the auspices of NATO. It is noteworthy that prior to this, Georgia was actively criticizing the Soviet Union's practice of sending representatives of various ethnic groups from among the servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union to the so-called hot spots. And NATO's practice of this kind (and even in relation to partner countries that are not members of the alliance) in Tbilisi for some reason does not bother anyone particularly. Apparently, the desire to please NATO functionaries is so great that in modern Georgia they are ready to sacrifice their citizens, including the military, even if this does not in any way intersect with the protection of Georgian interests.

The North Atlantic Alliance military operation on Afghan soil began to be called the "Mission of Resolute Support" in 2015, and Georgians also took part in it.

During this time, 20 thousand servicemen from this Transcaucasian republic have visited here. It is the largest military contingent among the non-NATO countries. For the entire time, while the Georgian servicemen participated in the peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan, they lost 32 people.

Recall that the withdrawal of the Georgian contingent from Afghanistan is carried out against the background of the withdrawal of US troops from this country. Washington plans to complete the withdrawal by September 11 this year.
  • Georgian Ministry of Defense
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  1. +7
    28 2021 June
    That both Georgians were taken out of there? belay
    1. +5
      28 2021 June
      As he said about the Georgian military, one American officer, they are thieves, they will steal something.
      1. +3
        28 2021 June
        For the first time Tbilisi sent its military personnel to Afghanistan in 2004. At that time, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) operated in this country under the auspices of NATO.

        There is nothing surprising in the participation of the Georgian Armed Forces in Afghanistan on the side of the United States. Namely.

        Mikhail Saakashvili (Born 1967, Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, USSR) - US State Department puppet and the chairman of the United National Movement party, one of the leaders of the Rose Revolution, as a result of which Eduard Shevardnadze was ousted from power, in 2004-2013, he served as President of Georgia for 2 consecutive terms.

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        Soon after leaving the post of President of Georgia, Saakashvili left Georgia and is "wanted" by the Georgian authorities in several criminal cases, which he himself calls politically motivated.
        - In 2014, Saakashvili actively supported the Euromaidan movement and the change of power in Ukraine.
        - In 2015, he was appointed chairman of the Odessa Regional State Administration, head of the Supervisory Board of the reform of state enterprises of Ukraine, adviser to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, chairman of the Advisory International Council of Reforms of Ukraine. By the decision of Poroshenko, Saakashvili was granted Ukrainian citizenship, which became the reason for his renunciation of Georgian citizenship.
        - In 2016, Saakashvili left his posts and became an active participant and leader of the protests against Petro Poroshenko.
        - In 2017, by decree Poroshenko was deprived of Ukrainian citizenship, in February 2018 he was deported from Ukraine.
        - After the deportation, he lived in his wife's homeland in the Netherlands.
        - On May 28, 2019, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky returned Ukrainian citizenship to Saakashvili, and the next day he returned to Ukraine.
        - Head of the Executive Committee of the National Council of Reforms of Ukraine from May 7, 2020

        - In 2020, Mikheil Saakashvili announced that he was returning to Georgia to participate in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The leader of the United National Movement said that the party will nominate Saakashvili for the post of Prime Minister of Georgia.

        TOTAL So no one in Washington even thinks about cutting the umbilical cord for pro-American and pro-NATO post-Soviet Georgia from the US / Pentagon.
        1. +5
          28 2021 June
          And the Georgians, meanwhile, met the draped destroyer Brit, dancing and dancing in Batumi ... Well, well

          "Mimino" also probably sang there "chito brito, chito .." .. Eh Georgians))))
        2. 0
          28 2021 June
          Excuse me, but what has this head, magician respected man Saakashvmli himself? If there are Georgians in Afghanistan since 2004? hi
          1. +1
            28 2021 June
            Quote: tralflot1832
            Excuse me, but what has this head, magician respected man Saakashvmli himself? If there are Georgians in Afghanistan since 2004? hi

            The Georgian Armed Forces have officially ended up in Afghanistan since 2004 precisely because it was in 2004 that the American puppet Saakashvili became the president of Georgia and sent them to Afghanistan to help NATO, pleasing their masters in the United States.
    2. +2
      28 2021 June
      Nat brother, Mimin stayed there, zircon bracelets and anti-shock watches for Afghans.
      1. +5
        28 2021 June
        Proud Georgians ran, the Taliban laughed after them ...
        1. +1
          28 2021 June
          Quote: prior
          Proud Georgians ran, the Taliban laughed after them ...

          It should not be forgotten that the Ukrainians were also currying favor with the Americans, until their losses led to the fact that they stopped their mission altogether. An illustrative example for us ....
  2. +6
    28 2021 June
    The Afghan land has become orphaned. crying crying crying
    1. +4
      28 2021 June
      Quote: Nikolay Ivanov_5
      The Afghan land has become orphaned.

      With the withdrawal of the American and other contingent of troops from Afghanistan, very difficult times are coming for Tajikistan and the "Turkestan Military District" as a whole. The Taliban are taking their toll on all fronts. One gets the impression that the "withdrawal" of troops is another blow to the Russian Federation at the "Central Asian theater of operations." Uncontrolled drug trafficking, flows of refugees and radical Islamists, trafficking in people and weapons and other delights. RF at its side gets a second Syria. However, Europe will also get it, Mama Don't Cry.
      1. +1
        28 2021 June
        At least, the withdrawal of the Stars and Stripes from Afghanistan will reduce or completely stop the production of narcotic substances in its territories.


        "The US condones a ramp-up of drug production in Afghanistan."


        https://iz.ru/news/579340
        1. 0
          28 2021 June
          Quote: Nikolay Ivanov_5
          At least, the withdrawal of the Stars and Stripes from Afghanistan will reduce or completely stop the production of narcotic substances in its territories.

          Take your time, watch the video, link in my comment below.
          1. 0
            28 2021 June
            Check out my link provided in the comment above.
            1. +2
              28 2021 June
              Quote: Nikolay Ivanov_5
              Check out my link provided in the comment above.

              The United States has long established production and traffic, which will be controlled further. But, along with the withdrawal, the production of opium poppy will be increased uncontrollably, and its plantations will come under the patronage of the Taliban. Will the Taliban give up easy money?
              1. +2
                28 2021 June
                Time will tell.
        2. +2
          28 2021 June
          The oligarchs of the United States control the production, transit and sale of drugs both to the United States itself and to Europe.
          1. +2
            28 2021 June
            It is a set of foreign policy goals and methods used by the United States in relation to other countries.
        3. 0
          28 2021 June
          Quote: Nikolay Ivanov_5
          the withdrawal of the Stars and Stripes from Afghanistan will reduce or completely stop the production of narcotic substances in its territories

          The stocks of raw opium and heroin in Afghanistan, with the existing traffic, will be enough for a hundred years in advance. So don't get your hopes up.
    2. 0
      30 2021 June
      If only all the illegal Georgians have finally left Moscow, there are already a lot of them in the capital. Even among the pseudo-elite, almost every second person was legalized in the Russian Federation with a "leftist" passport.
      For some reason, no one touches them.
  3. +2
    28 2021 June
    And these, what were they doing there? Is there a plug in every hole?
    1. +3
      28 2021 June
      We climbed under the NATO Eastern Partnership program.
    2. +2
      28 2021 June
      Quote: jncnfdybr
      And these, what were they doing there? Is there a plug in every hole?

      They sang in the evenings for the highest nations.
      1. +2
        28 2021 June
        Here I agree. They sing well.)))
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  4. +3
    28 2021 June
    "Lost thirty-two people." To clarify what it means to be lost? Guzin lost in the mountains ... Like "where are you, my Suliko"? Lost, or what?
  5. 0
    28 2021 June
    Everything is on the shelves. https://youtu.be/FxPjAteg4XU
  6. +2
    28 2021 June
    It is strange that the Georgians were taken out. They, in theory, should prove that they are capable of and remain to protect the interests of the United States, and then they went out in a place with the Americans. Although the Turks there now, they will try to play their card, but it is very hard to believe
    1. +1
      28 2021 June
      Quote: APASUS
      Although the Turks are there now, they will try to play their card, but it's very hard to believe

      Well, in vain. The Turks have long established contacts in almost all regions of Afghanistan, so the withdrawal of amers will only play into their hands. There will be no one to restrain the Turks, and it is very likely that the United States gave Afghanistan at the mercy of Turkey.
      1. +1
        29 2021 June
        Quote: Canecat
        The Turks have long established contacts in almost all regions of Afghanistan, so the withdrawal of amers will only play into their hands. There will be no one to restrain the Turks, and it is very likely that the United States has given Afghanistan at the mercy of Turkey.

        You just don't know Afghans. They don't like aliens there.
        1. 0
          29 2021 June
          Quote: APASUS
          They don't like newcomers there

          Aliens do not like anywhere. As for the Turks, it is easier for two Masulman to come to an agreement than for a Masulman with an infidel.
          1. 0
            29 2021 June
            Quote: Canecat
            Aliens do not like anywhere. As for the Turks, it is easier for two Masulman to come to an agreement than for a Masulman with an infidel.

            The fact is that a Muslim is a Muslim, and again, the Turks are not on their own land and want to have not trade relations, but military ones.
            1. 0
              29 2021 June
              Quote: APASUS
              You understand the difference

              Understand. As well as the fact that it is cheaper for the Taliban to negotiate with the Turks than with the Alliance represented by America.
  7. +3
    28 2021 June
    It is noteworthy that prior to this, Georgia was actively criticizing the Soviet Union's practice of sending representatives of various ethnic groups from among the servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union to the so-called hot spots. And NATO's practice of this kind (and even in relation to partner countries that are not members of the alliance) in Tbilisi for some reason does not bother anyone particularly.

    I remember what the howl of the Georgian choir was when they criticized the USSR. Avidly.
  8. +7
    28 2021 June
    The Georgian battalion in Afghanistan guarded the fence, behind which the Estonians guarded another fence, behind which the Ukrainians guarded the moat, behind which the Poles guarded another fence behind which the American base is located, on which the Americans guarded each other from the Taliban
    1. +1
      28 2021 June
      Colleague! It's five! laughing good good good
  9. +1
    28 2021 June
    Quote: jncnfdybr
    And these, what were they doing there? Is there a plug in every hole?

    Ordinary, yes ... Cork!
  10. 0
    28 2021 June
    I can't even imagine 20 thousand braziers.
    Well, let it be 10, and 10 sing, it's still difficult.
    32 gnawed on a hanka.
  11. 0
    28 2021 June
    The peacekeeping mission of the 32nd battalion of the Georgian Armed Forces has ended.
    It would be too late to withdraw in a week, the Taliban do not take such prisoners.
  12. +1
    28 2021 June
    Lord! And these fools, what were they doing there ?!
  13. 0
    28 2021 June
    The last Georgian serviceman left Afghanistan
    ... Otherwise, they would have stayed, shown to the Taliban ...
  14. 0
    28 2021 June
    It is logical. The owners came out - there is no one to sing, dance and cook barbecue. So they went out too.
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  16. 0
    29 2021 June
    And what were they doing there, teaching Afghans to dance Lezginka?
  17. 0
    30 2021 June
    a pity it would be better if all of Georgia was transported to Afghanistan.

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