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NATO expects more activity from Georgia2010-06-10 16:43
NATO expects more intensive activities on reforms implementation from Georgia to grant the country the status of Alliance member candidate, stated Anders Fogh Rasmusen, NATO Secretary General, today - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"NATO's door also remains open for Georgia, but we will focus on the reforms," he said in his opening statement at a meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels.
Rasmussen added that as Georgia's recent local elections were an encouraging sign of progress in the country, NATO would continue its support for the republic.
Georgia submitted application for joining MAP [Membership Action Plan] in 2008, but foreign ministers of 26 countries didn't satisfy it. In December 2008 they endorsed the new format of relations between Georgia and Ukraine - in the frameworks of the so-called annual national programs.