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Publication date: 2016-07-11 Joint statement of the NATO-Georgia Commission

We, Allied Foreign Ministers and the Foreign Minister of Georgia, met today in Warsaw, Poland, in the NATO-Georgia Commission (NGC) to discuss progress and priorities in cooperation between Georgia and NATO, as well as current international security issues.  This was the first NATO-Georgia Commission at a NATO Summit.  Allied Ministers congratulated Georgia on its 25 years of Independence and the significant progress it has made in that time.  They also recognized the unique scope and depth of Georgia’s relationship with the Alliance.  In light of this relationship, Allied Ministers welcomed Georgia’s engagement in strategic discussion on Black Sea security and recent developments in the region affecting Euro-Atlantic security.

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Publication date: 2016-07-11 Mikheil Janelidze has attended the meeting of the NATO Foreign Ministers and the Foreign Ministers of the Enhanced Opportunity Partner’s Group

On the sidelines of the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze took part in the meeting of the NATO Foreign Ministers and the Foreign Ministers of the Enhanced Opportunity Partner’s Group.  The Enhanced Opportunity Partner’s Group was launched at the NATO Summit in Wales, by the Member States of the Alliance, with the goal of further deepening co-operation between the armed forces of Allies and Partners.

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