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INTERNAL FORCES (POLICE) PATCH
SCENES FROM THE NOVEMBER 10th
GEORGIAN POLICE DAY PARADE
FROM THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA
COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES
(Formerly Soviet Georgia)
Revised May 27, 1997
Full name: Republic of Georgia.
Status: Internationally recognized independent state since 9 April 1991.
Notes: The national flag came into use when Georgia proclaimed its independence in 1917 and
was resurrected upon the breakup of the Soviet Union. The dark red colour is regarded as the
national colour. The black and white stripes stand for the country's tragic past and hopes for
Internal Forces (part of MIA, army formation, used for large scale police operations) patch.
The upper inscription is pronounced "Sakartvelo" and means "Georgia".
Lower inscription is pronounced "Shinagani Jari" and means "Internal Forces"
GEORGIAN POLICE DAY
November 10, 1995
November 22, 1995
I think it will be interesting for you. I send you some pictures of Georgian
armoured and not armoured vehicles. These pictures were taken on November 10
It was Georgian Police Day. All vehicles are from different departments of
Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Georgia. No one is from
Ministry of Defence. Maybe you will use some of them for your Home Page.
Yuri Prokhorenko (click here to send Email to Yuri)
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