NATO Sec Gen says Summit will adopt “new packages of support” for partners including Georgia

  • NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday said the alliance would adopt new packages of support for Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Moldova at its Summit that is set to launch on Tuesday in Madrid. Photo: Reuters

Agenda.ge, 27 Jun 2022 - 16:41, Tbilisi,Georgia

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday said the alliance would adopt new packages of support for Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Moldova at its Summit that is set to launch on Tuesday in Madrid.

Georgia and the European Union will also take part [in NATO Summit] and we will adopt new packages of support for our partners Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Republic of Moldova”, Stoltenberg said at a press briefing.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said the Georgian Government’s delegation to the Summit was expecting “assessment and recognition” of “all the progress” made by the country over the years.

The Government head received an official letter of invitation to the Summit from Stoltenberg a week ago. In the invitation letter, the NATO official said he would welcome the Georgian PM to a special meeting involving heads of states with NATO partners.

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