NATO-Georgia Commission meeting is slated for today at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, with Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili planning to address the meeting participants.
The Speaker will focus on Georgia’s and regional security issues during the meeting and is also scheduled to meet the Deputy NATO Secretary General.
“Once again, I will have an opportunity to participate in the NATO-Georgia Commission meeting. In January 2022, I had my first visit to Brussels as the Speaker. It was before Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.
A year and a half later, we will recall those discussions and speak about how Georgia passed through this period and how we maintained the security environment at a level that ensures both the safety of our citizens and a safe aisle for NATO in terms of the connecting corridor between Europe and Asia,” he said.
Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili departed for Brussels, Belgium, on an official visit on December 5. Chaired by the Speaker, the Georgian delegation comprises Foreign Relations Committee Chair Nikoloz Samkharadze, Defense and Security Committee Chair Irakli Beraia, and MP Ketevan Turazashvili.