NATO praises Georgia for its achieved progress

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Tbilisi, Georgia, April 2

By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:

Georgian Foreign Minister, Maia Panjikidze is pleased with the results of the NATO-Georgia commission meeting held on April 2 in Brussels.

"We deserved the very great praise from NATO member states for the progress achieved during the past year and a half. The democratic reforms and elections held in a democratic and free environment were emphasized. There was also stressed the need for holding local self-government elections on the same standards," Panjikidze said.

The country's strategic partnership with the alliance, its contribution to global security issues were highlighted at the meeting, according to the Georgian foreign minister.

"It was pointed out that Georgian is an example in the region thanks to its achievements in the past year and a half," Panjikidze said.

In general, it was a very positive meeting and representatives of all 20 countries stressed that this progress should be adequately reflected at the alliance's summit, Panjikidze said, Georgian Foreign Ministry reported.

Translated by L.Z.

Edited by C.N.

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