Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 4/ Trend N. Kirtzkhaia/ NATO communication office will be opened in Tbilisi in March 2009, Georgian Defence Minister David Sikharulidze briefed the media. Such a decision was made during Brussels meeting of NATO-Georgia Council.
"The communication office must aid Georgian military forces on its reformation according to NATO standards. The Alliance representatives stressed necessity to strengthen defence capacity of Georgian army," he said.
NATO-Georgia Council admitted that despite August conflict with Russia, Georgian side could fulfill all liabilities for NATO, Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze said.
"It is very important for us, since Georgia gradually moves towards integration into NATO," Minister said.
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