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NATO SG reiterates support for Georgia’s integration into alliance2009-11-19 11:51
Today, at the meeting with Georgian Vice PM Georgy Baramidze in Brussels NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen underscored support for Georgia's efforts to join the alliance.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The talks were held in the North Atlantic bloc's headquarters with the successful completion of the first part of Georgia's annual national action plan being discussed. NATO International Secretariat presented its evaluation of the fulfillment of the first part of the program.
The document, inter alia, states that Georgia has made considerable progress in its implementation.
As GeorgiaTimes wrote earlier today James Appathurai, the alliance's spokesman stated that in early December NATO would appraise Georgia's and Ukraine's readiness to participate in NATO's Membership Action Plan (MAP).
The statement on the issue will be delivered by NATO Foreign Ministers at the sessions of Ukraine-NATO and Georgia-NATO commissions.