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NATO to Conduct Military Exercises in Georgia

NATO announced on Wednesday plans to conduct military training exercises from May 6th to June 1st near the Georgian capital of Tbilisi.

Georgia has been a hot topic recently in the wake of the brief war over South Ossetia last summer between Russian and Georgian forces.

In an authorized statement, NATO officials have stated that the operation, which will send 1,300 troops from 19 nations, has been planned since the beginning of last year, before the Georgian-Russian conflict.

Tensions between Russia and the NATO alliance have been fierce in the past and many coalition members are concerned with interfering in countries deemed by Moscow to be within their traditional sphere of influence.

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