Minister of Defence: The security doctrine will be ready in the near future and the document will be submitted to the Security Council

According to Minister of Defence Juansher Burchuladze, the security doctrine will be ready in the near future and the document will be submitted to the Security Council.

"As for the security doctrine, we have worked on it together with partners. We will complete this document in the near future. We have published a 10-year plan for the development of the Defence Forces and a 4-year plan for 2021-2025. These are public documents and you can see there the priorities of our combat capabilities. You also know that from 2019, according to the decision of the Prime Minister, taking care of soldiers has become a priority and will remain so," Burchuladze told journalists in the parliament.

At the same time, the Minister of Defence spoke about the events ongoing in Ukraine and noted that the government discusses on a daily basis the decisions that may affect the Georgian economy.

"You know that the policy announced by our Prime Minister and our team is to take care of Georgia. Our focus is our citizens and our country. We must avoid any risk that may follow our actions. As for sanctions, we are discussing the international institutions that may affect our economy on a daily basis and make appropriate decisions," said Burchuladze.

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