About Development – K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

Law enforcement and revenue officers from Georgia completed an extensive K-9 narcotics detection training course in the United States and have now begun working at Tbilisi International Airport.

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

The service dogs and their handlers were trained with the support of the US Drug Enforcement Agency and Park Police.

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Richard Norland, attended an opening ceremony for the K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport and stated that, ‘’This process fits in very well with the steps Georgia will be taking as a part of the Association Agreement with the EU to harmonize its access to the EU market.’’

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Richard Norland, attended an opening ceremony for the K-9 Unit

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Richard Norland, attended an opening ceremony for the K-9 Unit

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport

Photos courtesy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.

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2 Responses to “About Development – K-9 Unit at Tbilisi International Airport”
  1. I always get the stern look from the handlers because I want to give their pup pals a pat!!

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