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Lithuania consults Georgia on NATO integration2009-08-06 17:49
Lithuanian-Georgian consolations on Georgia's integration in NATO were held in Vilnius - Day.Az.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Evaldas Ignatavicius, the deputy Foreign Minister of Lithuania, held a meeting with Elena Khoshtaria, the deputy State Minister for European and Atlantic integration of Georgia. They discussed pressing issue of bilateral cooperation, Georgia's integration in NATO and the EU, the present-day situation in the country and in the Caucasus region in general.
On August 5th one of the mechanisms to prepare Georgia for joining the Alliance was discussed: representatives of the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Defense and NGOs of Lithuania shared their experience and discussed the policy of informing society Vilnius had conducted.
The consultations were held in the framework of implementation the Charter on European and European Atlantic integration, signed by Foreign Ministers of Georgia and Lithuania in April 2009.
Previously Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the new NATO Secretary General, stated that it was too early to talk about membership for Ukraine and Georgia, as they hadn't already complied with the necessary terms.