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Hello, I kindly ask you to check whether the sentence below sounds natural.

Herewith, I am pleased to inform you that for biding partnership posts, the Armed Forces of Georgia has nominated its officers namely:

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for biding partnership posts

What does this mean, please?

What is a partnership post?

Clive

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I still don't really understand.

Does Georhia want the nominated officers to serve in these posts?

I really think you should rewrite this to make things clearer.

Clive

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The partnership posts is the name of the posts. İn order to get those posts, nations have to go through the bidding process.

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Hello, I kindly ask you to check whether the sentence below sounds natural.

Herewith, I am pleased to inform you that for biding partnership posts, the Armed Forces of Georgia has nominated its officers namely:

You mean "bidding", not "biding". This seems to have to do with NATO partnerships. I tried to familiarize myself with the affair by searching online, but I am afraid it is over my head. I could not discover what these officers of yours are or do exactly, so I do not know what you should call them. Please clarify.

Herewith, I am pleased to inform you that below-mentioned officers of the Armed Forces of Georgia has been nominated for biding PSPs:

Herewith, I am pleased to inform you that the following below-mentioned officers of the Armed Forces of Georgia have been nominated for bidding PSPs:


Sorry, I still don't get the last part.


Are bidding PSPs positions? eg . . . have been nominated as bidding PSPs

Clive

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Many thanks for your patience and support. I do know it is difficult to understand the meaning of a sentence from context, especially unknown abbreviations. But still, your correction fits my needs perfectly.