Georgian FM: There is no disagreement between U.S. and Georgia on final declaration of Chicago summit
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 18 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
There is no disagreement between the washington and Tbilisi on the final declaration of the NATO summit in Chicago summit on Georgia, Georgian foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze said after the meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The meeting was held in the framework of Ministerial Council held at the headquarters of NATO in Brussels.
Vashadze said a special statement of the chairman with regard to the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia will be made at the NATO summit, in which support for Georgia's territorial integrity will be fixed and the claim for the withdrawal of Russian troops from Georgian territory will be once again announced.
The minister did not go into further details on the new activity of NATO in Georgia's integration into the alliance.
"We have discussed several important issues during the meeting. First of all, it's preparation for the Chicago Summit, the expectations and plans that we have, together with our allies. Second - those activities that we have to implement until 2014, when the coalition is going to go out of Afghanistan and the Afghan army and police will take responsibility for stability in the country. And the third - those issues that, despite our frequent meetings, accumulated and demand discussion" Vashadze told reporters.