NATO's Colomina: Madrid Summit to decide on support tailored to Georgia’s needs
NATO's Colomina: Madrid Summit to decide on support tailored to Georgia’s needs

“Russia’s war in Ukraine fundamentally changed the context we are in right now. It is a dramatic and tectonic change for all of us,” said NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia, Javier Colomina, on Wednesday.

He continued: “And we need to adapt to it, and NATO is doing that.” Alluding to the NATO’s response to it, Colomina stressed the support increase and the cooperation with the partners.

“And one of the responses to that is to increase the support and the cooperation with all partners, and particular the partners we believe could be most affected by the risk that Russia as a threat represents.

So, we are right now in this process, the process that will take us to the Madrid Summit at the end of June, and decisions will be taken in that domain to increase the support tailored to the needs of Georgia,” Javier Colomina asserted.

NATO official held meetings in the Georgian Parliament earlier today. He will also meet with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili this evening.

 

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