NATO should Accept Georgia, Ukraine to Alliance – G.W.Bush (video)

Politics Materials 2 April 2008 11:18 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, 2 April / Trend corr. A.Gasimova / NATO should accept Georgia and Ukraine to the alliance, the U.S President George W. Bush stated in the NATO summit in Bucharest.

"The position of United States concerning the issue is very clear. Georgia and Ukraine held democratic revolution in their countries during the necessitated time, therefore they should be accepted to MAR (Membership plan action)," Bush said. According to the American President, if the countries will continue to hold the democratic reforms, then United States promises sovereignty and independence in the region.

The American President called 'great step' acceptance of Albania, Croatia and Macedonia to NATO on 3 April. "We will try Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina to join the alliance soon," Bush stated.

On 2 April, NATO three days summit was commenced in Bucharest. The problems connected with the military-rear peacemaking operations of NATO in Afghanistan, acceptance of new members to the alliance and deployment of American anti rocket defence system in East Europe, as well as transformation issues of NATO in threatening and challenging conditions will be discussed during the summit.

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