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  2. Coast Guard of Georgia - Wikipedia

    A second coastal radar was brought online in Poti in 2002. Overlapping Supsa coverage to the south, Georgia now could monitor territorial waters from Abkhazia region to Adjaria region. Internally, the naval division remained ill funded, ill-defined and challenged by its organizational role as simply another Border Guard element.

  3. Georgia (country) - Wikipedia

    The country lies between latitudes 41° and 44° N, and longitudes 40° and 47° E, with an area of 67,900 km 2 (26,216 sq mi). The Likhi Range divides the country into eastern and western halves. Historically, the western portion of Georgia was known as Colchis while the eastern plateau was called Iberia.

  4. Azerbaijanis - Wikipedia

    Etymology. Azerbaijan is believed to be named after Atropates, a Persian satrap (governor) who ruled in Atropatene (modern Iranian Azerbaijan) circa 321 BC.: 2 The name Atropates is the Hellenistic form of Old Persian Aturpat which means 'guardian of fire' itself a compound of ātūr 'fire' (later garbled into ādur (آذر) in (early) New Persian, and is pronounced āzar today) + -pat suffix ...