During the government session Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia spoke about marking the NATO days in Georgia.
As the Prime Minister noted, NATO days opened in Georgia on April 16 and will last till May 1.
“This year these days are especially marked in regions, and it in the regions, which are populated by ethnic minorities. Information Center on NATO and the European Union, along with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other agencies, organize a number of events in order to inform our citizens about the benefits that our country receives through integration with NATO; how important is stability for our country. This cooperation brings the stability that we have today. Cooperation with NATO is at the highest level today. The most important is the progress that we have achieved in the process of implementing the essential package. The political support from the NATO member states and Secretary General is of the utmost importance”, – Kvirikashvili said.