Secretary General: Georgia become even closer to NATO following Bucharest summit
Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov. 9 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia /
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has today stated that Georgia carried out a lot of successful reforms following the NATO summit in Bucharest, where it was decided that Georgia will join NATO.
"Georgia is approaching the NATO by these reforms, although there should be carried out a series of reforms in the social, military and judicial sectors," he said at the meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission at the Radisson hotel in Tbilisi.
Rasmussen thanked Georgia for its participation in the NATO operations in Afghanistan. "We offer our condolences to families, who lost their sons in Afghanistan, and the Georgian people and thank you for this contribution," he said.