Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct.22 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgia fully uses the tools that create a basis for the country's accession into NATO. According to the Office of the Georgian State Minister for European Integration, it was said by the North Atlantic Alliance's representatives in Tbilisi.
During the meeting with the Georgian non-governmental organizations, experts and students of the Tbilisi State University, ambassadors of Estonia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic to NATO, as well as the U.S. deputy ambassador considered all urgent issues in relations between Georgia and NATO in the context of upcoming Lisbon summit of NATO.
"It was stressed at the meeting that Georgia fully uses the tools that create a solid basis for the Alliance to fulfill the Bucharest Summit decision on Georgia's accession into NATO," the Office said.
NATO's ambassadors presented a new draft of "Partnership for Peace Trust Fund" programme, which envisages assistance to Georgia in the elimination of post-war remnants of highly explosive substances and medical rehabilitation, in the Alliance's allied office in Tbilisi.
The NATO delegation is in Georgia from Oct.18. The Alliance's representatives hold lectures in educational institutions of Georgia. Meetings are scheduled at a high level, particularly with the Parliament Speaker and the government members.