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Georgia’s Annual National Programme to be considered by NATO2011-01-28 17:51
Georgia's Annual National Programme 2011 will be considered by Brussels, Novosti-Georgia reports. The meeting of the political committee in the context of the NATO-Georgia commission will be held today, January 28, to consider the document.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported, Georgian delegation will be headed by Deputy State Minister for Integration in European and Euro-Atlantic structures Elena Khoshtaria who is going to meet with NATO Secretary General's Spokesman for South Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai.
Georgia's ANP - Annual National Programme - is the main instrument of the country's integration in NATO. The programme for 2011 is the third stage of ANP realization. As was reported, Georgia's realization of the programme for 2009-2010 has been positively assessed by NATO members.
State Minister Giorgy Baramidze has stated that the program consists of many aspects of the current and planned reforms in Georgia, including a wide range of issues, from the enhancement of police, state border management, defense and security, including energy security, to the democratic institutions establishment, foreign policy and work with the legislative body.