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The organizational structure within the framework of building the national army

The organizational structure within the framework of building the national army

This article deals with the process of military construction of the army from an organizational point of view. Whereas the building of the army is affected by the political and…

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The "Pegasus" spying program ... The new Trojan horse.

The Pegasus spy program is a system designed by the Israeli company (NSO), which specializes in programs for electronic warfare and digital espionage, and was established in 2010 by Unit…

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Libya | Within the annual GFP ranking of the most powerful armies in the world 2023, Libya ranks fourteenth in the Arab world, tenth in Africa, and eighty in the world.

Libya | Within the annual GFP ranking of the most powerful armies in the world 2023, Libya ranks fourteenth in the Arab world, tenth in Africa, and eighty in the world.

The Libyan army ranked fourth, 14th in the Arab world, and the 10th in the armies of African countries, and the 80th in the world. Libya got a score of…

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Al-Musallah congratulates you on the 71st anniversary of Libya's Independence Day.

Al-Musallah congratulates you on the 71st anniversary of Libya's Independence Day.

The editorial board of Al-Musallah magazine and all its employees extend their warmest congratulations and sincere wishes to the members of the Libyan army and the sons of our honorable…

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NATO does not intend to leave the Black Sea and will continue to strengthen interaction with its partners in the region, despite Russia's opposing position. This was stated by the Special Representative of the Alliance Secretary

General for the South Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai.
A NATO representative arrived in Georgia, where he gave interviews to local media and assured Georgian partners that the alliance does not intend to leave the Black Sea region. Commenting on the provocation of the British destroyer off the coast of Crimea, Appathurai said that the ship's crew acted correctly, NATO has a "complete picture" of what happened, since Great Britain provided "complete data."
According to him, the alliance will continue to support "freedom of navigation", including off the coast of Crimea, since the peninsula is Ukrainian, and Ukraine is a NATO partner. It was the principle of "free shipping" that the British destroyer demonstrated, the NATO special envoy emphasized. At the same time, Russia is taking a negative stance, deploying weapons in the Ukrainian Crimea and preventing ships and vessels from freely navigating the Black Sea.
NATO has a strong position when it comes to freedom of navigation and the fact that Crimea is Ukraine, not Russia. During this incident, NATO allies stood firm in defending the principles I listed.
- he said.
At the end of the interview, Appathurai once again promised the Georgians support on the path of joining the alliance, protection from Russia and deeper cooperation.

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