President offers PM to send joint address to NATO, EU
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili calls on Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili to send a joint address to the NATO and the European Union. President made this statement after his meeting with Foreign Minister of Lithuania, Linas Linkevičius today. President said that Lithuanian minister had already talked about this with the Prime Minister and other governmental authorities. Georgian president spoke about domestic political issues, the process of the country`s integration into the Euro-Atlantic structures and foreign policy course.
`After our today`s conversation, I want to confirm our recent offer to Prime Minister about sending a joint address to NATO and the European Union, draft a joint plan despite our differences on domestic policy, which will say that we want keep our Euro-Atlantic and European Course. After our meeting yesterday, I think that the meeting must not be just for a meeting, we should use the fact that the dialogue has been resumed and keep the dynamics with European institutions,` president said.
Foreign Minister of Georgia commented on president`s offer, saying it was quite acceptable and the idea was welcomed by Prime Minister. `The form of the document has not been specified yet, but once the address is prepared, it will be signed by the president and the Prime Minister,` foreign minister said.