The Georgian Foreign Minister met with NATO Secretary General and his deputy.
Mikheil Janelidze arrived in Brussels to attend the NATO-Georgia Commission, which was led by the Alliance"s Secretary General himself.
Members of the Commission discussed the fulfillment of Georgia"s Annual National Program in 2017.
"Progress, which was noted today, is the basis for a successful summit in 2018. That means Georgia"s success at the 2018 Summit and we expect that this progress will be outlined. At the Warsaw Summit, it has been clearly stated that Georgia has all practical tools needed for our membership and we use all these practical instruments, "said Janelidze.