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Georgia-NATO Council meeting to be held in Brussels2009-05-06 14:35
Georgia-NATO Council meeting will be held today in Brussels. According to the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, the meeting will be conducted at the level of the chiefs of Joint Stuff s of NATO member countries and Georgia - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Devi Chankotadze, the Chief of the Joint Staff of Georgia, returned to Tbilisi because of the yesterday's mutiny. At the meeting Georgia will be represented by David Nairashvili, his deputy. As Chankotadze previously stated, the issues to be discussed at the meeting are participation of Georgian contingent in operation in Afghanistan, and shifting Georgian army to NATO standards.
The maneuvers beginning in Georgia are also expected to be discussed at the level of ambassadors under chairmanship, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary General.
"Annual national action program of Georgia will be discussed at the meeting, issues of security, the significance of the NATO exercise beginning in Georgia, will be discussed, as well as the situation in the occupied territories of Georgia and the latest events in the territory of the military base in Mukhrovani," said Revaz Beshidze, the ambassador of Georgia to NATO.