The project was sponsored and funded by the NATO Defence Capacity Building (DCB) programme and executed by NSPA's NATO Trust Fund team. The Defence Minister expressed his gratitude for the important contribution from the Alliance to support Georgia's readiness and integration.
A second phase of the project will provide up to seven logistic support vehicles early in 2020. The training center is used by both Georgian and visiting NATO troops and offers excellent facilities for live-fire, maneuver, and command and control exercises.
Ms Gvantsa Kvinikadze coordinated activity in Georgia with David Towndrow, who managed the project on behalf of NSPA.
The overall project budget is 1.2 million euros and was carried out under the financial contribution from NATO Allies - Denmark, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal, The United Kingdom and Turkey.