NATO-Georgia Commission meets in Brussels
The NATO-Georgia Commission, a key mechanism in NATO-Georgia cooperation, discussed “how to enhance Georgia’s partnership and connectivity with the Alliance” on March 7, in Brussels. The parties signed a document which foresees joint acts towards new challenges.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO’s Secretary General, thanked Georgia for its “remarkable contribution” to the Afghan operations. “We also appreciate your decision to almost double your contribution to ISAF,” Rasmussen said.
Giorgi Bokeria, Georgia’s National Security Council Secretary who represented Georgia at the meeting, said that “it passed in a constructive atmosphere, and apart from Georgia’s participation in the mission in Afghanistan, they discussed cyber security issues in the region.”