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Rasmussen has turned Tbilisi's head2011-11-09 13:02
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen is going to visit Georgia. Local communities are in anticipation of the ecstasy from the cherished words of a senior official. No doubt, everyone will get it.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen - is amazingly truthful person who does not allow any falsehood in his statements. Anyone who doubts this assertion can read his speeches, especially those, related to recent military operations of NATO.
It is not surprising that Tbilisi dream of the visit of this light of truth. Rasmussen is going to arrive in Georgia on November 9-10, and they are already waiting for all sorts of miracles from him.
"We expect the workmanlike, effective and meaningful dialogue", said, for example, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia David Jalagania. Naturally, this dialogue will be focused on the Sakartvelo's joining NATO.
"This visit confirms the beginning of a qualitatively new stage in relations between Georgia and NATO, as well as with countries member of NATO", said Jalagania. Sakartvelo has got more such "stages" on the path to the Alliance than any wedding anniversaries: paper marriage, cotton, wood, zinc, iron ... The only difference is that Georgia and NATO do not enter into the legitimate union. Sakartvelo has been striving into the Alliance for eight years, but all in vain.
Although, there were so many promises! Rasmussen, who hasn't even arrived to Georgia yet, sends them kisses. "Three years ago, at the NATO summit in Bucharest, there was taken an important decision that Georgia will become our member. We all know that NATO membership should meet the criteria of the Alliance, and in this respect, Georgia has made remarkable progress", he said.
Rasmussen stressed that "this progress of Georgia is seen both in the reform of the defense sphere, and in the rule of law and protection of human rights".