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NATO Spokesman James Appathurai to visit Georgia on April 72011-04-04 12:53
Official NATO Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai will visit Georgia on April 7.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by GHN, Appathurai intends to hold several meetings with representatives of the Georgian top-echelons of power. Also, the Alliance spokesman will talk to the opposition.
It is reported that James Appathurai was going to come to Georgia at the end of March; however, his visit was postponed because of the events in Libya.
Let us remind you that earlier, Appathurai declared that NATO believes relationship with Georgia to be successful. "I'd like to notice that the Bucharest decision remains in force, Georgia will become NATO member when it meets the standards and if it really wants this membership. This year is rather successful in terms of NATO-Georgia relations; the national plan is successfully fulfilled", - Appathurai said.
He also voiced an opinion recently that the Alliance members have the right to sell arms to Georgia.
In an interview to radio station Echo of Moscow, Appathurai declared that NATO did not supply arms; however, member-countries of the North-Atlantic Alliance may sell it to any country "if it does not contradict the international law".
Besides, Appathurai underlined that he has got no data about any countries supplying weapon to Georgia.