Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov 14 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has invited the North Atlantic Council to Georgia. He said about it in Brussels at a joint press conference held after a meeting with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
He noted that the visit of the North Atlantic Council to Georgia will strengthen the country's integration into the alliance.
Ivanishvili noted that they expressed regret with regard to the postponement of the visit of the NATO Military Committee to Georgia.
"The Secretary-General assured me that the matter would be considered in the near future," he said.
The Prime Minister also stressed that NATO isn't only the military but also a political structure and promised that the new government will do everything to strengthen the democratic institutions.
"We will do everything in order to develop truly democratic institutions. The problems that arose a few days ago, in my opinion, were connected with the fact that the former power was satisfied by facade statements power instead of building truly democratic institutions, and there wasn't enough transparency in the society, including in military compounds. The new government will do everything to ensure that all our actions are clear to the international community and NATO. We will do everything to achieve the objectives and Georgia to be a member of the alliance in the near future," Ivanishvili said.