Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct.15 / Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
There is no problem in Georgia's relations with NATO, Georgian Deputy Prime Minister and State European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Minister Giorgi Baramidze said today.
Today he has seen off the delegation of the NATO assessment mission, which stayed in Georgia within three days, in the Tbilisi International Airport.
The mission held meetings at the office of the State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration to sum up the implementation of a national annual plan. They met in Tbilisi with representatives of the government agencies, involved in the implementation of national annual plan. The sides discussed the ongoing reforms for the development of democracy in the country.
It is the assessment mission's second visit to the country after issuing the Georgian national annual plan.
"Experts will asses our efforts within the annual program after a few weeks, and I think that they will be positive, as Georgia fulfills the plan properly to meet the NATO standards," Baramidze said.
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has received an invitation for NATO's November summit in Lisbon.