“Our close partnership means that we do not shy away from difficult discussions,” NATO Secretary-General declared at a joint press conference after the meeting with Georgian PM Irakli Gharibashvili in Brussels.
“The recent political developments in Georgia are worrying. NATO expects Georgia to uphold the democratic standards that it has worked so hard to develop in recent years.
This includes resolving political differences through dialogue. And avoiding divisive rhetoric and actions. NATO supports the mediation efforts of the European Union. Prime Minister, I encourage you to work with the opposition to find common ground and common solutions,” Jens Stoltenberg declared.