President to leave for Wales to attend NATO Summit
A day before the opening of the NATO Summit in Wales, the President of Georgia will meet the NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen in London. Earlier, the meeting with the leadership of the EBRD is also on the agenda.
Giorgi Margvelashvili leaves for Great Britain today. The NATO summit opens in Great Britain tomorrow.
Within the visit to Wales, the Georgian President will deliver a speech at the Royal Institute of Foreign Affairs. President`s administration has reported that the head of the state will focus on Georgia`s foreign policy priorities, global security and the crisis in Ukraine. The President will also hold a press conference, after which, he will leave for Wales.
Georgia is expecting a new package from NTO leaders, which, according to the Secretary General, will bring the country closer to NATO. It will be a five-point document focused on the support for the growth of Georgia`s defensibility.
One of the topical issues at the NATO summit is the situation in Ukraine. The NATO-Ukraine commission will meet within the summit to discuss the situation in the country. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has been invited to the summit as a special guest.