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First meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission at a NATO Summit

The NATO-Georgia Commission met today (8 July 2016) at the level of Foreign Ministers at the NATO Summit in Warsaw, chaired by the Deputy Secretary General. The Alliance reiterated its strong political and practical support for Georgia and agreed to intensify its cooperation.
15 Sep. 2008

North Atlantic Council holds the first session of the NATO-Georgia Commission

The North Atlantic Council held the inaugural session of the NATO-Georgia Commission (NGC) on 15 September. The NGC was formally established with the signature of the framework document by the NATO Secretary General and Georgian Prime Minister Vladimer Gurgenidze.
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Foreign Ministers praise Georgia’s reform efforts

NATO Foreign Ministers met with their Georgian counterpart for the first time since the inauguration of Georgia’s new president. They agreed that much has been achieved since the NATO-Georgia Commission was created five years ago.
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NATO praises Georgia and encourages further reforms

On the second day of a visit to Georgia, the North Atlantic Council met with President Mikheil Saakashvili in Tbilisi and praised Georgia’s role as a special partner of the Alliance.
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NATO Foreign Ministers praise Georgia’s commitment to Euro-Atlantic integration

NATO Foreign Ministers welcomed in Brussels the new Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidzé and looked forward to more cooperation in the context of the NATO-Georgia Commission (NGC). During the meeting, Allies encouraged all parties in Georgia to keep up the momentum of the recent elections and to consolidate democratic progress.
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National Security Advisor of Georgia briefs the NATO-Georgia Commission

The NATO-Georgia Commission met on 7 March, with the participation of National Security Advisor of Georgia Mr. Giorgi Bokeria, and discussed how to enhance Georgia’s partnership and connectivity with the Alliance.
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North Atlantic Council travels to Georgia and meets with Georgian Prime Minister

The North Atlantic Council travelled to the Georgian capital Tbilisi on 9 November 2011 in order to assess the NATO-Georgia partnership and to identify priorities for further work. During the visit, the North Atlantic Council met with Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri and other members of his cabinet for a session of the NATO-Georgia Commission (NGC).
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NATO-Georgia Commission meets in Tbilisi

The NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen arrived in Tbilisi on Wednesday (26 June) for a two-day visit of the North Atlantic Council to Georgia in order to assess the progress Georgia has made towards Euro-Atlantic integration. In a meeting with Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili, the Secretary General praised Georgia’s commitment to democratic reforms and to Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations.
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Georgian Minister visits NATO

The Georgian Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Mr. Giorgi Baramidze visited NATO and met with the Secretary General. They discussed Georgia’s reform progress in the context of Georgia’s first Annual National Programme (ANP).

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