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Latvian soldier dies in Georgia from overheating
11:26 02.08.2012
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Latvian soldier who was on the exercises in Georgia dies from overheating. Information about the ancident is published agency "bnn-news".

Corporal of the 1st Battalion of Infantry of the National Armed Forces Janis Voitkevics health condition deteriorated on July 25. He was taken to a hospital and on July 27 he was taken to a German military hospital.

Latvian soldiers mastered the skills to work in mountainous terrain in Georgia from 2006.

The Army is currently conducting an internal investigation.

Defence Minister Artis Pabriks and the commander of the NAF Raimonds Graube offered condolences to Voitkevics’ relatives and colleagues.

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