13 April 2024,   17:02
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Prime Minister’s visit to Brussels, his meetings in NATO Headquarters would give significant impetus to Georgia’s future full-fledged membership in the Alliance - Dolidze

The Prime Minister’s first visit to the NATO Headquarters and his meetings with the NATO Secretary General and Assistant Secretary General would give significant impetus to Georgia’s future full-fledged membership in the alliance. Such a statement made the Ambassador of Georgia to NATO.

“The NATO-Georgia Commission sitting will be held today, February 21, and the Prime Minister is also scheduled to hold bilateral meetings.

The Ambassadors of the alliance member states will have the opportunity to discuss current issues, main priorities of foreign and security policies, ongoing reforms and integration process.

The NATO Washington Summit is drawing closer. It will be the 75th jubilee summit which will review facing threats and partnership where Georgia is a leading country. This interaction is significant and we hope that the PM’s first visit to Brussels and his meetings in NATO will give additional impetus to Georgia’s full-fledged membership into alliance in the future”, - said Viktor Dolidze.

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