NATO-Georgia Commission discusses new Georgian government’s priorities
Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov.21 / Trend N.Kirtskhalia /
NATO-Georgia commission meeting discussed new Georgian government's priorities. As the North Atlantic Alliance's website reported, Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen noted that the parliamentary elections held on Oct.1 were assessed to be free, fair and up to democratic standards. He said that Georgia had passed an important test.
Rasmussen recalled his meetings both with President Saakashvili and Prime Minister Ivanishvili last week, stressing the importance of cooperation.
"Allies welcomed Georgia's commitments to take defence reforms forward and continue on the path of Euro-Atlantic integration," Rasmussen said.
He thanked Georgia for increasing its contribution to ISAF in Afghanistan.