Meeting of Georgia-NATO commission held in Brussels
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb.11 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Annual action plan of Georgia has been discussed by the members of the Georgia-NATO commission at the meeting in Brussels.
This tool is 'a very important for Georgia's integration into NATO', head of the Georgian delegation, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Tornike Gordadze said.
He said important issues concerning relations between Georgian and NATO, including situation in the occupied territories were discussed at the commission's meeting.
"Discussion of the NATO Chicago summit was especially important since it's a major event in the Organization's life," the deputy minister said.
Mr Gordadze said the sides discussed results of the meeting between the Georgian and U.S. presidents in Washington.
Besides participation in the commission's meeting the Georgian delegation held a separate meeting with the U.S. delegation in NATO. Mr Gordadze noted issues of the upcoming Chicago summit were discussed at this meeting.