NATO Secretary General notes Georgian President's role in country’s Euro-Atlantic integration success
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 30 /Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia /
The NATO Secretary General has noted the personal role of President Mikheil Saakashvili in the success of Euro-Atlantic Integration of Georgia.
This is stated in NATO Secretary General's letter to the President of Georgia. The letter was placed on the personal page of Mikheil Saakashvili on a social network.
The NATO Secretary General said that he was pleased to meet with Saakashvili once again during the visit of the North Atlantic Council to Georgia.
"Let me thank you for hospitality and friendship you have shown to the Council in Tbilisi," the letter said.
The Secretary General thanked Saakashvili for open discussion, which was carried out in relation to the events that take place inside the country.
"The Allies will continue to closely monitor the events developing in the country, because this year, the country is preparing for presidential elections," the Secretary General said.
Rasmussen also thanked Georgia for continuing participation in the ISAF operation as well as for Georgia's obligations in post 2014 NATO training and support missions.
"Your special role in the ISAF shows that Georgia is a valuable contributor to Euro-Atlantic security," Anders Fogh Rasmussen's letter said.