Georgia’s integration into Euro-Atlantic space discussed in Tbilisi
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 11 / Trend, N.Kirtzkhalia /
Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili and political directors of the cooperation 'Enhanced Partnership in Northern Europe' consisting of the Nordic and Baltic countries discussed Georgia's integration into the Euro-Atlantic space in Tbilisi, the press service of the head of government told Trend on Thursday.
'The Prime Minister held discussions with the political directors of the cooperation format 'Enhanced Partnership in Northern Europe' at the upcoming EU summit in Vilnius and prospects for signing an association agreement with the EU by Georgia', press service reported.
Additionally the meeting touched upon political processes on-going in Georgia. Ivanishvili updated delegates with the reforms that Georgia intends to carry out in order to strengthen democracy in the country.
Members of the delegation have already held meetings with representatives of the parliamentary majority and the minority.