GEORGIA’S NAVY CHIEF RESIGNS.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 210
Rear-Adm. Aleksandr Dzhavakhishvili has resigned as commander of the Georgian navy because of "a serious disagreement" with the country’s defense minister. The 64-year-old admiral had been the only chief of independent Georgia’s navy. Previously he had served in the Soviet navy as a submariner in the Pacific Fleet, rising to the rank of rear admiral. (Sakinform, November 6)
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