NATO Week: Georgia’s President voices NATO integration aims

President of the Atlantic Club of Bulgaria Solomon Passy and Georgia's President Giorgi Margvelashvili., 08 Apr 2014 - 14:06, Tbilisi,Georgia

The President of Georgia has spoken up about Georgia’s NATO integration ambitions with the Adviser of the Euro-Atlantic Council and current President of the Atlantic Club of Bulgaria Solomon Passy.

The meeting was held within NATO Week 2014.

The high officials discussed the issues facing Georgia's NATO integration process and ways to establish closer ties between the Alliance and Georgia, and the progress that had been achieved in this direction.

Georgia's prospects for joining NATO at the upcoming summit in the United Kingdom (UK) in September were also highlighted at the meeting.

The parties also reviewed the situation in the region, including Russia's actions and the current situation in Ukraine.

Today’s meeting was held at the President's Palace and was also attended by high level representatives of the President’s Administration.

The Atlantic Club of Bulgaria was established in 1990. The purpose of the organization has slightly changed over the years but today, it focused on fostering and spreading democracy worldwide.