The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement noting the Ministry welcomes the NATO Summit in Brussels on June 14, at which important decisions were made, both in the context of Georgia’s accession and in terms of the future adaptation of the Alliance itself.
“It is extremely important that the communiqué confirms the decision of the Bucharest Summit that Georgia will become a member of NATO and that Georgia has all the practical tools to prepare for eventual membership.
The Allied Member States’ unequivocal and direct confirmation that they support Georgia’s sovereign right to choose its foreign policy priorities and that any third party interference in this process is to be welcomed.
It is noteworthy that the member states are unequivocally positive about the progress made by Georgia as an aspirant country in implementing reforms in various areas,” the statement reads.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze