Georgia, Tbilisi, June 13 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia/
"One of the priorities of foreign policy and security policy of Georgia is to enter NATO," Defense Minister of Georgia David Sikharulidze said at a summit of defense ministers at NATO headquarters.
He partook in a meeting of Alliance 28 countries - member defense ministers and 21 partner countries in Brussels.
Georgian Minister made a speech at the summit and briefed the participants with the security situation in the territory of Georgia. "After the establishment of the NATO-Georgia Commission and the Annual National Plan of Action, the relationship between NATO and Georgia has moved into a new phase," the minister said.
The defense minister said the deepening of relations between NATO and Georgia and reforms in the sphere of defense.
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