Main priority of Georgian foreign policy discussed in Tbilisi
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 16 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian Deputy Prime Minister Giorgi Baramidze has today opened a regional meeting of representatives of the information centers on NATO, Georgia, Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Armenia and non-governmental organizations in the "Holiday Inn" hotel.
He spoke about the significance of the main priority of Georgian foreign policy - joining NATO. It is important for the safety of Georgia and the region. He paid special attention to the importance of mentioning Georgia in the final statement of the NATO ministerial meeting as an aspirant country, along with the Western Balkan countries. He also stressed an active and effective role of the NATO information center in terms of raising the population's awareness about the alliance and the assistance of the Euro-Atlantic integration.
The main purpose of the meeting is to exchange experience to promote a stable and secure environment in the region and to develop new initiatives. The guests listened to the information on the successfully implemented and current reforms in Georgia.
The regional meeting will last until December 18.