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Rasmussen: Georgia is NATO's true partner2012-12-04 17:38
During a meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister Panjikidze Maya on December 5, NATO foreign ministers are going to recognize the progress made by Georgia. According to the Civil.ge, this was announced by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen before the start of the two days NATO ministerial in Brussels.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Rasmussen, NATO foreign ministers "are going to call on all forces in Georgia to maintain the pace of democratic reforms". He also called Georgia a "faithful partner" and "one of the countries that aspire to join the alliance".
The agenda of the ministerial meeting includes the "reset" of relations with Russia, strengthening relations with other NATO partners, particularly with Georgia, as well as deployement of Patriot missile systems at the Turkish-Syrian border and support to Afghan security forces after 2014. In addition, it is expected that NATO foreign ministers will discuss the situation in the Western Balkans, the Middle East and North Africa, the News-Georgia reported. The discussion will be attended by the EU chief diplomat Catherine Ashton.