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Ukraine’s renunciation to join NATO will complicate Georgia’s integration2010-04-07 16:02
Most citizens of Georgia believe that Ukraine's renunciation to join NATO will complicate the process of Georgia's integration in the Alliance.gt-en-newsitem-inside
67.36 per cent of respondents think so; 18.06 per cent disagree, the rest found difficulty answering, the VZGLYAD reports citing to Georgian survey site. 288 respondents participated.
Yesterday Georgi Baramidze, the State Minister for European and Atlantic Integration of Georgia said that Kyiv's decision not to join NATO won't affect Tbilisi's plans to integrate in the Alliance.
"It's up to the people of Ukraine, its parliament, government and President, to decide - to join NATO or not," he said and added it wouldn't affect Georgia's plans to join the Alliance.