President: How will Georgia prepare for NATO Summit?

Margvelashvili is going to work actively with executive and legislative authorities regarding the security issues., 19 Jul 2014 - 14:16, Tbilisi,Georgia

The President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili is planning to host a meeting with the Security Council to discuss how the country will prepare for the upcoming NATO Summit.

Margvelashvili said the meeting was planned for next week, while speaking on Rustavi 2 television.

He said the sitting would be appointed to discuss Georgia's preparation process ahead of the NATO Summit in September.

"I hope we will prepare for the Summit as [thoroughly] as we did for the Association Agreement in order to make Georgia's security qualitatively better, on a higher level and for NATO to recognize the contribution we have made,” President Margvelashvili said.

In regards to security issues, Margvelashvili said he would actively work with executive and legislative authorities to ensure thorough preparation in this area.

According to the President, issues connected with Russia would not be discussed at the meeting however he pointed out that the Wales issue did include Russia-related topics.