Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan.28 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The Georgian Foreign Ministry hopes the Annual National Program Draft, adopted by Georgia, will be positively evaluated in
The document will be considered at the meeting of the NATO political committee in Brussels on Jan. 28, Georgia's Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze said.
"The project includes important political, economical, defense, and legal and educational issues. We hope it will be positively evaluated," Kalandadze said.
A Georgian delegation visited the NATO headquarters yesterday. The Georgian delegation is headed by Deputy State Minister for European Integration Elena Khoshtaria.
On Jan.18, the Georgian State Commission for Coordination of NATO Integration adopted the Annual National Program Draft for 2011, which contains a plan of reforms in the political, economic, legal and educational spheres.
The program, along with the NATO-Georgia Commission, is the main instrument of Georgia's joining the Alliance. NATO gave a positive rating to the Georgian program for 2009-2011. The 2011 program is the third phase in realizing the ANP.