NATO-Georgia Commission discusses Substantive Package

NATO offered an "unprecedented package” to Georgia to bring the country closer to the Alliance in June., 20 Oct 2014 - 11:33, Tbilisi,Georgia

NATO-Georgia officials are gathering in Brussels today to discuss how Georgia will implement the Substantive Package, offered by the Alliance at last month’s NATO Summit in Wales.

The NATO-Georgia Commission (NGC) meeting will be held at NATO headquarters in Belgium. The delegation from the Georgian Defence Ministry will attend the meeting together with representatives of the 28 Alliance member states.

The parties will discuss the Substantive Package implementation plan, which the Georgian Defence Minister had developed together with NATO International Staff (IS).

The Georgian delegation, led by Deputy Defence Minister Mikheil Darchiashvili, included Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces Colonel Giorgi Kbiltsetskhlashvili, representatives of the Defence Ministry and General Staff.

In the framework of the visit, the Ministry representatives were scheduled to hold meetings at the NATO headquarters with representatives of Alliance member countries, International Staff and International Military Service.