Romania to Support Granting of IDA Program to Georgia: Trayan Basesku
Azerbaijan, Tbilisi / corr. Trend N. Kirtskhalia/ Romania will support granting IDA (International Development Association) program to Georgia in order to enter NATO. Trayan Basesku, the President of Romania said in his meeting with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili- within the forum of People's Party of Europe in Brussels.
"The support for entry to NATO means that the efforts of the Georgian people who are striving for the entrance to NATO will be highly appreciated," Romanian President said. He stated that Georgia has made a great progress for joining NATO.
Basesku stressed that Georgia should mobilize those who support its entry to NATO during the remaining time to the Bucharest summit. The two Presidents discussed the bilateral relationships and Bucharest's support for Euro-integration to NATO.
David Bakradze, the foreign minister of Georgia said in his interview with the journalists that Mikhail Saakashvili, the Georgian President tries to gain the support for IDA program by holding informal meetings with the Presidents in Brussels.