|01 Apr. 2019 ||
NATO ships visit Ukraine and Georgia
Today, ships from Standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) are conducting port visits to Odesa, Ukraine and Poti, Georgia.
|29 Mar. 2019 ||
NATO Military Committee visit Georgia in show of continued support
The NATO Military Committee and its Chairman, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach were in Tbilisi, Georgia on 27 and 28 March 2019. The NATO Military Representatives held a special Military Committee meeting in the NATO-Georgia format, visited the Vaziani Military Base and attended the joint NATO-Georgia Exercise.
|25 Mar. 2019 ||
Secretary General visits NATO-Georgia exercise
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited Georgia on Monday (25 March 2019) to observe NATO and Georgian forces training together. The NATO-Georgia exercise brings together around 350 participants from 24 NATO and partner countries and international organisations. The exercise is being held at the NATO-Georgia Joint Training and Evaluation Centre, which has been helping to strengthen Georgia’s defences since it was inaugurated in 2015.
|25 Mar. 2019 ||
Secretary General praises NATO-Georgia cooperation
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined the importance and strength of the partnership between NATO and Georgia during a visit to the country on Monday (25 March 2019). Mr. Stoltenberg is there to observe the NATO-Georgia exercise, training which will improve the ability of Georgian and NATO forces to work together. Speaking alongside Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze, the Secretary General said the exercise shows how the Alliance and Georgia are stepping up their cooperation.
|20 Mar. 2019 ||
Georgian defence minister attends multinational workshop on Non-Commissioned Officers
Levan Izoria, the Georgian Minister of Defence, opened the 3rd Multinational Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) Workshop in Tbilisi, on 19 March 2019. Entitled “Developing an Educated NCO Corps”, the event was organised by NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) together with the Partnership for Peace Consortium.
|23 Jan. 2019 ||
Secretary General welcomes President of Georgia to NATO
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Salomé Zourabichvili to NATO on Wednesday (23 January 2019) for talks on the Alliance’s deepening partnership with Georgia. The Secretary General thanked President Zourabichvili for Georgia’s contributions to NATO’s training mission in Afghanistan and to the NATO Response Force, and for hosting an upcoming joint exercise in March. Calling Georgia “a unique partner”, Mr. Stoltenberg welcomed the country’s progress on reform, and pledged NATO’s support as Georgia continues to prepare for membership in the Alliance.
|04 Dec. 2018 ||
NATO Foreign Ministers show strong support for Georgia and Ukraine
NATO Foreign Ministers met with the Foreign Ministers of Georgia and Ukraine on Tuesday (4 December 2018) to address the security situation in the Black Sea region and the Alliance’s support for both nations. NATO has substantially increased its presence in the Black Sea region over the past few years, at sea, in the air and on the ground. The Alliance remains committed to strengthening its ties with both Georgia and Ukraine.
|21 Sep. 2018 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General visits Georgia
NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller is in Tbilisi today (21 September 2018) to reaffirm NATO’s strong commitment to Georgia.
|05 Sep. 2018 ||
Allies reaffirm support for Georgia in NATO-Georgia Commission
The NATO-Georgia Commission met at NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (5 September 2018) to discuss the situation on the ground in the Georgian regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and ongoing efforts to pursue peace. The meeting also coincided with the tenth anniversary of the NATO-Georgia Commission, which first met on 15 September 2008.
|18 Jul. 2018 ||
Secretary General: NATO is united in support for Georgia’s security
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze to NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (18 July 2018). The Secretary General praised Georgia’s contributions to the Alliance’s training mission in Afghanistan and the NATO Response Force. He also reiterated NATO’s support for Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations. “At the Summit last week, all 29 Allies reaffirmed that Georgia will become a member of NATO. This is in line with the decision we made at our Bucharest Summit in 2008,” he said.