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Rasmussen supported Georgia2010-11-15 13:31
North-Atlantic Alliance Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen in his interview to one of the Polish publications has stated that NATO continuous providing unambiguous support of Georgia's "territorial integrity" and won't recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia's independence, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
However, the secretary general underlined that in some cases, the absence of agreement on the matter should not reflect upon Russia and NATO's views on the terrorism and drugs control.
Earlier, Rasmussen refused to announce the possible time of involving Georgia into Membership Action Plan needed to join North-Atlantic Alliance.
"It would be too early to give any assessments, - Rasmussen underlined. - It depends on the progress in respect of reforms in Georgia. We will assess each county individually and the final decision will be based upon the fact of meeting certain criteria".