President of Georgia meets NATO Sec. General in Wales
Wales is hosting the largest gathering of international leaders ever to take place in Britain at the NATO summit. One of the topical issues on the agenda is the crisis in Ukraine.
In its turn, the government of Georgia is preparing to be granted a new Substantive Package, in which, as authorities hope, Georgias achievements will be adequately responded.
The delegation of Georgia in Wales is headed by President Giorgi Margvelashvili, who held his first meeting with the Secretary General, who began his greeting by congratulating the President on his birthday and wishing him success in future endeavors.
President Margvelashvili thanked the Secretary General for his steadfast support for Georgia on its path to the North Atlantic integration and said that the Alliance was adequately assessing the progress of Georgia.
The sides expressed their hope that the summit would be a new push for Georgia`s NATO membership.
Giorgi Margvelashvili and Anders Fogh Rasmussen have focused on the Substantive Package, a document, which Georgia is expected to be granted in Wales. According to the Secretary General, it will be a new impetus for preparing Georgia`s integration into NATO and for more effective conduct of the process.
Giorgi Margvelashvili expressed his hope that the result of this summit would further increase Georgia`s security and defensibility.