Rasmussen I am confident that the progress of Georgia will be duly reflected in the decisions of the NATO summit
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen is sure that Georgia has had progress will be duly reflected in the decisions of the forthcoming autumn Welch NATO summit. According to the defense Ministry of Georgia about it Rasmussen said on 4 June in Brussels, where took place the meeting of the Commission and the NATO-Georgia.
" We never stopped the dialogue with Georgia on the background of the serious security challenges. Created because of the aggression of Russia in Ukraine crisis impacts on Georgia and its region and in the Euro-Atlantic security. NATO does not recognize the illegal annexation of the Crimea, also We do not recognize the respect by Russia of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. NATO shares the right of all to make their own choice of foreign policy and security policy, " said Rasmussen, a translation of the speech which offers the Ministry of defence of Georgia.
according to him, Georgia has made very good progress, the most in terms of increased transparency and accountability of the sector of defence and security, and the Alliance expects Georgia to continue reforms and is ready to continue providing assistance in this direction.
" I repeat that the decision of the Bucharest summit remained in force and that Georgia will become a member of NATO, once will satisfy all necessary for membership conditions. The Ministers of foreign Affairs of the Commonwealth of Georgia's aspiration to join NATO will consider by the end of the month. I am sure that Georgia has had progress will find Dolgoe reflection on the future of the summit, " the Secretary General said.
Assessing the outcomes of the sitting, the head of the Ministry of defense of Georgia Irakli Alasania said, because it was the most successful for the last years the meeting at which the Alliance in practice, it was agreed that the progress of Georgia will not only be reflected in the Declaration of the summit, but will begin practical and realistic steps to increase defense capabilities.