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Israel ceased its weapons supply to Georgia by Russias request
7.08.2008 14:12
Israel ceased its weapons supply to Georgia by Russias request

Israeli Foreign Ministry has complied Russia with a request to limit export of military goods to Georgia, the Cursor Information Agency claims.
      
      According to the information the Georgian armed forces wont get offensive systems, including pilotless spy planes. This limitation was caused by the April situation when Russian Mig-29 shot down a Hermes-450, an unmanned aerial vehicle, which was flying over Abkhazia.
      
      Recently Georgian-Israeli military cooperation has been developing very dynamically. Georgia has been purchasing not only pilotless spy planes but also other kinds of weapons, paying hundreds of million US dollars.
      
      Russia also used to cease supplying weapons to the countries, which threatened Israeli security.
      
      www.lenta.ru
      


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