The NATO headquarters in Brussels will host a meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission Political Committee. The meeting will discuss a national action plan for 2011, the Apparatus of the Georgian State Chancellery told Trend.
This project provides a roadmap for reform in the political and economic, defense and security, education and other spheres.
A Georgian delegation is taking part in the meeting, headed by Deputy European Integration Minister Elene Khoshtaria. She will also meet with the new representative of the NATO Secretary General on the South Caucasus and Central Asia, James Appathurai.