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NATO office opened in Tbilisi2010-10-01 15:13
NATO office was opened in the historical centre of Tbilisi - Novosti-Gruzia. This building previously belonged to U.S. embassy.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Office was opened by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and State Minister for Reintegration of Georgia Giorgi Baramidze. At the ceremony they noted the office would play an important role in work of Georgia-NATO commission and implementation of annual plan on Georgia's integration into Alliance.
"The Alliance representation in Georgia reflects special relations which Georgian and NATO have after the Bucharest Summit. It is a vivid demonstration of strong political support", Baramidze said, implying the office would help Georgia to join NATO - Civil.ge.
In his view, now it's only left to decide when it will happen.
"NATO allies provide significant assistance to Georgia to help it carry out its reforms," Rasmussen said and added the office will be the key place to practically favour cooperation of Alliance and Georgia".