Year's progress in Georgia marked at NATO Headquarters
Georgia, Tbilisi, October 30/Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia/
Assessments for fulfillment of obligations in the Planning and Review Process (PARP) of security was discussed at NATO headquarters in the "28+1" format.
During the meeting, all allies stressed that the Georgian presidential election was held in compliance with all international standards, the Georgian Defense Ministry reported on Wednesday.
According to the Deputy Minister of Defence Mikheil Darchiashvili, the partners congratulated the Georgian nation and government stressing that this is an important step taken in terms of consolidation of democracy.
Darchiashvili presented a report on the development of strategic documents, defense planning, Georgia's participation in peacemaking operations in Afghanistan and Georgia's inclusion into NATO rapid reaction forces.
"We discussed reforms implemented in compliance with the annual national program and the national defense program with allies. The alliance very positively assessed the reforms. We emphasized the priorities of the Defense Ministry," Darchiashvili said.
The delegation left Brussels for Germany.
The Georgian presidential election was held on October 27.
The candidate from the ruling coalition "Georgian Dream" Giorgi Margvelashvili won in the election with 62.11 per cent of votes.