Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov.10 /Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
A joint document was adopted at a meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission, which included all the fundamental issues, Deputy Prime Minister Giorgi Baramidze told journalists after the meeting.
He said the document notes that NATO supports Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity and calls on Russia to 'refuse recognising the occupied regions'. The document confirms the decision of the Alliance's Bucharest summit that Georgia will become a NATO member.
Mr Baramidze said the document also expressed the Alliance's gratitude to Georgia for the contribution that the country made to the peacekeeping operation in Afghanistan.
"There was an important and high-level meeting held in a constructive and organised atmosphere. Today another step was taken in relations between NATO and Georgia," Mr Baramidze said.