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Ex-Chancellor of Germany is against Georgia’s and Ukraine’s admission to NATO2010-03-12 10:11
Gerhard Schröder, the ex-Chancellor of Germany, is against Georgia's and Ukraine's membership in NATO, as their integration in the Alliance contradicts interests of stability in Europe.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was Georgia who unleashed the war in Caucasus; it clearly shows there are people, cooperation with whom is impossible, he said at German-Russian forum on Thursday.
Today in Brussels, in NATO headquarters, the discussion of annual national program of Georgia's cooperation with the Alliance in 2010 will take place.
The sitting of the Alliance Council will be held in the framework of Georgia-NATO Commission.
The national program will be presented by Georgi Baramidze, the State Minister for European and Atlantic Integration. The document implies further reforms in democracy development, defense, economy, security spheres, as well as education, science, environment protection and other fields.
The preliminary discussion of the document was held at the Georgia-NATO Commission sitting in January.