Georgian President’s presence demonstrates close partnership between Georgia and NATO, said Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary-General at the joint press conference with the President of Georgia Salome Zourabichvili.
“Georgia is one of NATO’s most important partners. We have a close political partnership and strong practical cooperation. The Georgian President’s presence at NATO HQ demonstrates, once again, the close partnership between Georgia and NATO.
Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, NATO and Georgia continue to strengthen our partnership. At today’s meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission, we will take stock of our achievements, and assess what more we can do together.
Last year, we upgraded the Substantial NATO-Georgia Package. This helps Georgia to implement reforms, enhance its ability to operate with Allies and continue to contribute to our shared security. Our key priorities include secure communications, and actually, the President and I discussed training and exercises and enhancing our maritime support and situational awareness during the meeting today”, - said Jens Stoltenberg.