NATO allies have agreed to help partners, including Georgia, in strengthening their resilience and shoring up their ability to defend themselves, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told a briefing on Thursday following a meeting of the alliance’s foreign ministers.
Stoltenberg said NATO could increase support for the country through the NATO-Georgia Substantial Package, including “in areas like situational awareness, secure communications and cyber.”
He also spoke about the meeting with the Georgian Foreign Minister, pointing out “it is important to have close contacts with Georgia.”
That demonstrates the strength and importance of partnership between Georgia and NATO. We also work on how further to strengthen our partnership. We look into how we can further strengthen both political and practical cooperation and partnership with Georgia,” Stoltenberg concluded.