Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 3 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
One of leaders of the Georgian parliamentary majority Giorgi Gabashvili hopes for the positive assessment of reforms carried out in Georgia during a meeting NATO-Georgia Commission today.
NATO is a priority in the Georgian foreign policy and it is important to work in this direction, Gabashvili said
The NATO-Georgian commission holds meeting under the NATO foreign ministers' summit in Brussels in the ministerial level Dec.3
"Georgia and Ukraine will be NATO's members as soon as they meet standards and have corresponding wish," the Alliance Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen stated
Georgian MPs hope the country can "successfully pass the exam" during the assessment of the Georgian reforms in Brussels
Opposition MP, Christian-Democrat Nika Laliashvili shared the same opinion
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