On September 7-8 the North Atlantic Council (the NAC) will visit Georgia.
This is an indication of unparalleled support for Georgia on the part of the North Atlantic Alliance and recognition of achievements attained by the country, – Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili indicated prior the Cabinet session. According to him, this is the fourth visit of the NAC to Georgia and it signifies yet another confirmation of interest of Alliance member-states to Georgia.
“During the visit, implementation of the Warsaw Summit results may be discussed. We believe that the country’s progress in terms of democratic and economic development will also be addressed. This will be a very important visit. The NAC is the supreme decision-making body within the alliance, hence this visit carries particular importance”, – Prime Minister indicated.