Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 26 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Today, Brussels will host a regular meeting of the NATO-Georgia Committee. At the meeting Deputy State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Elena Khoshtaria will familiarize the committee members with the main instrument on the Annual Action Plan (ANP).
The document was developed under the coordination of the State Minister's Apparatus.
Following the presentation of the instrument on the ANP, alliance members will express their comments and recommendations, taking into account which final version will be drafted in 2010. The State Commission for Georgia's integration into NATO will approve the draft.
In February, the NATO-Georgia committee will hold the North Atlantic Council, at which Vice-Premier Giorgi Baramidze will present a national annual program for 2010.
Earlier, NATO has evaluated the national annual program for 2009 positively.
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