Georgia’s Defense Minister Irakli Gharibashvili met with NATO Deputy Secretary-General Rose Gottemoeller at the Hilton Hotel in Batumi city of Adjara region within the framework of the visit of the North-Atlantic Council (NAC).
As the Press Service of Georgian Defense Ministry informs, Gharibashvili thanked Gottemoeller for strong support to Georgia’s path on the Euro-Atlantic integration.
The sides talked about the implementation of the Substantial NATO-Georgia Package (SNGP), ongoing reforms in the armed forces and Georgia’s participation in international peacekeeping missions under NATO aegis.
The fifth visit of NAC in Georgia will end today. The permanent representatives of NATO member states are becoming introduced with Georgia’s reforms and progress in strengthening of Georgia’s defense capabilities.
The North-Atlantic Council (NAC) arrived in Georgia at the invitation of the Georgian government. The delegation includes permanent representatives of 29 member states of NATO and is headed by Deputy Secretary-General of NATO Rose Gottemoeller.