“Georgia stands ready to work closely with the transatlantic community to safeguard peace, stability and promote shared values in the region and beyond,” said Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
Always a pleasure to meet w/ @NATO‘s @jensstoltenberg. As one of the most reliable & capable partners of the Alliance, 🇬🇪 stands ready to work closely with the transatlantic community to safeguard peace, stability & promote shared values in the region & beyond. #MadridOTAN22 pic.twitter.com/Etv7It9vnc
— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) June 29, 2022
Madrid Summit Declaration, issued by NATO Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Madrid 29 June 2022, decided to step up “tailored political and practical support” to partners including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Moldova.”
Heads of NATO member states also adopted the Strategic Concept stressing the Alliance’s “strong support” for independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of countries aspiring for membership in the bloc.
Georgian Foreign Minister Ilia Darchiashvili vowed Georgia to remain committed to working with its partners for ensuring global security.
As the Allies have endorsed tailored support measures for🇬🇪 at #NATOSummit, we are grateful for the Alliance’s yet another support for🇬🇪’s sovereignty & terr. integrity & its Euro-Atlantic aspirations. We remain committed to working with our partners for ensuring global security.
— Ilia Darchiashvili (@iliadarch) June 29, 2022