“I expect the leaders today will express their support to partners, which are under pressure from Russia, including Georgia”, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in answer to the question asked by GPB First Channel ahead of the summit on Thursday.
According to him, Georgia has the right to choose its path.
“At today’s meeting, I expect the leaders will express their support to partners, which are under pressure from Russia, including, of course, Georgia. Georgia has the right to choose its path. NATO Allies have provided support for Georgia for many years. So they need to implement reforms to modernize the defence and security institutions. The brutal invasion of Ukraine underscores the need to provide support to Georgia,” Jens Stoltenberg stated.
NATO, EU and G7 summits will be held in Brussels today.