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James Appathurai offers condolences to the family of killed Georgian Private
18:28 - 23 September '15
Appathurai posted his comment on his official Facebook page.
“On behalf of NATO, let me offer my condolences to the loved ones of the young Private first Class who lost his life in Afghanistan, serving in the NATO-led mission there. I would also offer best wishes for a speedy recovery to the other serviceman who was injured. As the Secretary General said during his recent visit to Georgia, NATO is deeply grateful for the contribution Georgia has made to meeting our shared goals in Afghanistan, and we honour those who have lost their lives in this operation”, says James Appathurai.
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