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Georgian Parliament makes a special statement on NATO2008-12-05 12:54
Georgian Parliament is going to make a special statement concerned with the decision of the NATO ministerial meeting in Brussels on Georgia and Ukraine.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The text has already been prepared by the parliamentary committee on foreign relations, on Friday it will be adopted at the plenary meeting.
Georgian parliament believes that the NATO ministerial decision is an important step for Georgian Euroatlantic integration, as annual national plan cuts the way to the alliance.
Official Tbilisi considers NATO membership as a guarantee of peace, stability and further development of the democracy in the country.
Georgian opposition, quite on contrary, believes that Georgia was left without MAP only because of Mikhail Saakashvili's government, which broke out a war and lost considerable territories.
Some opposition forces even stand against Georgia's membership in NATO. For instance, Georgian Laborites claim that the country must choose the way of independent neutral state without a desire to join any military alliances.
«Georgia's desire to join NATO brought nothing but disasters and loss of territories, and it will lead to total disintegration and disappearance of the state from the political map of the world », - stated Shalva Natelashvili, the leader of the Labor Party.