Georgia hopeful for NATO 2022 summit in terms of open door policy

The NATO 2022 summit will be held in Madrid. Photo: Nino Alavidze/, 01 Dec 2021 - 16:12, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgia is expecting that the NATO 2022 summit in Madrid will make concrete messages on the alliance’s open door policy, Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani stated after the NATO Foreign Ministerial in Riga today. 

The Riga Foreign Ministerial made me think that the NATO 2022 summit will be oriented on concrete results for the open-door policy,” Zalkaliani said. 

He stated that the foreign ministerial discussed Black Sea security and the contribution of Georgia and Ukraine in this regard. 

A number of leaders have stated today that it is important to invite Georgia and Ukraine to Madrid, for the NATO summit next year. It is significant that we are involved in elaborating a new strategy of the alliance which will be approved in Madrid,” Zalkaliani said.