President of NATO Parliamentary Assembly invites Georgian president as keynote speaker
Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct 12 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Karl A. Lamers has invited the Georgian president as a keynote speaker to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly session in Prague, Mikheil Saakashvili said in a televised speech, commenting on the current phone conversation with Secretary General of NATO. He noted that the NATO Parliamentary Assembly session held in Prague in November.
Saakashvili also touched on the parliamentary elections in the country.
"I think that now, after the election, no matter how the elections were conducted, we all have a historic chance to seriously move towards NATO integration. NATO Ministerial Council, during which the new decision may be made, is scheduled in December. Now as never before - and I have said about it to the candidate for prime minister - we need to work together. Including with the coalition, which came to power, in order to advance on the path of integration into NATO."
As a result of the full preliminary data of the Central Election Commission of Georgia, a coalition of Georgian Dream will receive 83 deputy mandates in the parliament, and the United National Movement - 67.
Party-list will include 44 MPs from the Georgian Dream, 33 - from the United National Movement.
Georgian Dream gets 39 seats, and UNM - 34 by single-party districts.