“The visit to Brussels upon NATO invitation reiterates a clear message that the decision about Georgia will not be made without Georgia,” said Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, David Zalkaliani.
Zalkaliani said that Georgia’s integration in NATO remains to be a priority and will not be reconsidered.
According to the FM, during the negotiations with Russia that will continue, Georgia’s partners have to know the Georgian stance that is in full compatibility with their viewpoint. Constant communication with NATO partners remains significant.
David Zalkaliani will pay a visit to Brussels on January 17-18 where he will hold meetings in the NATO headquarters and the European Union. He will meet NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and Ambassadors of NATO member states.