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.
The service dogs and their handlers were trained with the support of the US Drug Enforcement Agency and Park Police.
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.’’
Photos courtesy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.