Tbilisi is pleased with the results of the meeting NATO-Georgia
According to Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Baramidze, NATO-Georgia Commission, held on the eve in Tbilisi, approved a joint document, which includes all the fundamental questions.
As reported by Trend, according to Baramidze, the document noted that NATO supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia and calls on Russia to "refuse to recognize the "occupied regions". Further, Baramidze said that the document confirmed the decision, made at the Bucharest NATO Summit, that Georgia will become a NATO member.
"There was an important meeting. It was a high-level meeting, held in a constructive and productive atmosphere. Today we made a step forward in relations between NATO and Georgia", Baramidze said to the journalists.
Recall, the NATO delegation, headed by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, arrived to the Georgian capital yesterday. A few hours after the arrival of the guests, NATO-Georgia Commission meeting was held in Tbilisi.