“The North-Atlantic Treaty Alliance will continue supporting Georgia on path of its integration into NATO in the future,” Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary-General stated during a press conference held on the sidelines of Heritage Foundation seminar in Washington.
According to Stoltenberg, NATO and Georgia are important for each other alike and this is why deepening of partnership between the sides will continue. “Georgia is showing progress and we welcome this,” NATO Chief stated.
Jens Stoltenberg remembered a meeting with Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili during the NATO Summit held in July. He underlined that the alliance would provide practical and political support to Georgia to carry out reforms needed for NATO membership.
NATO Secretary-General also expressed gratitude to Georgia for its contribution to peace operations and international military training.