NATO appreciates fulfillment of annual plan by Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec.2 /Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgia's annual report on cooperation within the NATO-Georgia Commission was positively assessed by the Alliance's ambassadors. The commission's meeting was held in Brussels.
"This was an important meeting, which has become final in 2010 and it included Georgia's successes on the way of reforms that brings us closer to the Alliance," Georgian National Security Council Secretary Giga Bokeria, who represents Georgia said.
Bokeria called the fact that the Georgia-NATO commission's meeting was held after the Lisbon summit of the Alliance as an important.
"The resolution of the summit says that NATO continues to assist Georgia in carrying out reforms, recognizes its territorial integrity and sovereignty and calls on Russia to abolish the decision in connection with recognition of the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia," he said, stressing that this opinion was voiced during the commission's meeting.
Later issues of cooperation between Georgia and NATO were discussed at the headquarters of the Alliance, at a meeting of the Georgian National Security Council's Secretary Gigi Bokeria and NATO Deputy Secretary General.
NATO Secretary General's Special Representative for the South Caucasus James Appathurai attended the meeting in the new status.