Support to Georgia’s integration into NATO fixed in US National Defense Authorization Act
Support to Georgia’s integration into NATO fixed in US National Defense Authorization Act

Georgia’s support to become integrated into NATO is fixed in National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) signed by US President Donald Trump on August 13.

According to Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the act defines budget priorities of US Defense Department.

Foreign Ministry reports that the document highlights the importance of increasing the frequency, scale, and scope of NATO and other multilateral exercises in the Black Sea with the participation of Ukraine and Georgia. In addition, the US Senate affirms support for the Open Door policy of NATO.

 

 

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