NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg before starting the extraordinary Summit of NATO Heads of State and Government stated the now they are facing the most serious security crisis in a generation. He spoke about Georgia, noting the brutal invasion of Ukraine highlights the need to provide support to Georgia.
A journalist from the Georgian public broadcaster addressed him, asking if there are to be some statements about Georgia at the end of the communique of NATO.
“I expected that Allies today in the meeting will express their support to partners which are under pressure from Russia, and that includes Georgia. Georgia has the right to choose its own path. NATO Allies have provided support for Georgia over many years to help them to implement reforms, to modernize the defenfe and security institutions. And the brutal invasion of Ukraine underscores the need to provide support to Georgia,” answered NATO Secretary-General.