Now, when we see the war going on in Ukraine, it’s even more important that we work closely with partners as Georgia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in a conversation with journalists.
“First of all, we will have a foreign minister meeting in Bucharest at the end of this month. That will provide us with an opportunity to both express strong support to Ukraine to discuss how to step up and sustain support for Ukraine. It will also be an opportunity to take stock of the implementation of decisions made on strengthen NATO’s deterrence and defense, but also to meet with partners of course Georgia is an important partner. And especially now, when we see the war going on in Ukraine. It’s even more important that we work closely with partners like Georgia, and that certainly will be one of the messages from the foreign minister meeting in in Bucharest,” said the Secretary General.
The meeting of NATO foreign ministers will be held in Bucharest, the capital of Romania, on November 29-30.