Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili said that his recent visit to the NATO headquarters in Brussels was very successful. Papuashvili met Deputy NATO Secretary-General and addressed the NATO-Georgia Commission meeting.
According to the Parliament Speaker, the meetings at NATO confirmed that the open-door policy stands.
“These meetings showed several things. First, the open-door policy will not be revised, and the Madrid Summit this summer will confirm this. In addition, we were invited to participate in the development of the NATO Strategic Document to be discussed at the Madrid Summit, to make our proposals, present our ideas for a strategic document within the framework of the open-door policy and security issues in the Black Sea region,” Papuashvili said.
Georgian Parliament Speaker further noted that both the Georgian government and Parliament are in full coordination and understanding with NATO colleagues amid current security threats.