ArmInfo. Armenian Defense Minister David Tonoyan, who is on a two-day working visit to Georgia, delivered a speech at the 13th Georgian Defense and Security Conference (GDSC) in Batumi on November 6.
As reported by ArmInfo in the press service of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia, Tonoyan delivered a speach on the topic "Modern Security Challenges in the Black Sea Region". The Defense Ministry also informed that Tonoyan's visit to Georgia would last until November 7th.
As ArmInfo previously reported, the 13th Georgian Defense and Security Conference (GDSC) opened today in Batumi.
The event is attended by high-ranking Georgian and foreign politicians, defense and security experts, representatives of civil society, the media and academia.
The conference consists of four interactive sessions. The first panel discusses Black Sea security issues. During the second session, participants will discuss Georgia's progress towards integration into NATO and the EU and prospects for accession. The third panel will be devoted to the discussion on hybrid threats, and the main topic of the fourth session will be Georgia's strategic readiness.
The Defense and Security Conference was opened by Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili.