North Atlantic Council visit to Georgia / Meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission
Tbilisi, Georgia, 26-27 June 2013 - Second media advisory
At the invitation of the Georgian authorities, the North Atlantic Council (NAC) chaired by NATO Secretary General will visit Georgia on 26-27 June 2013.
The programme of the North Atlantic Council’s visit will include meetings with the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, the Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili, members of the Georgian Parliament, as well as other Georgian high officials and representatives of international organizations, NGOs and media. The Secretary General will chair a meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission, with the participation of the Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili. The members of the North Atlantic Council will also attend a ceremony for Georgian military personnel to be deployed in Afghanistan.
In the framework of the visit, the NATO Secretary General will hold bilateral meetings with Georgian high officials and will deliver a public speech at the National Library of Georgia.
The program and other details are available on NATO website (click here) and on the Georgian Foreign Ministry website.
MEDIA EVENTS LIVE ON NATO WEBSITE
26 June (local time)
- 15h40 – Joint press conference by the NATO Secretary General and the Prime Minister of Georgia
- 16h00 - NATO-Georgia Commission
27 June (local time)
- 15h45 - Joint press conference by the NATO Secretary General and the President of Georgia
- 16h15 - NATO Ambassadors meeting with the President of Georgia
- 18h10 - Military ceremony for Georgian military personnel to be deployed in Afghanistan
Live media events will be made available by NATO on web streaming and on satellite via Eurovision Geneva, upon request. After each event, the NATO TV/Radio Office in Brussels will make available video and still photographic material via the NATO website and upon request in broadcast quality.
Mrs. Natia Chiqovani
Mrs. Alina Coca
Georgian Media Coordinator
NATO Media Coordinator
Phone: +32 (0)2 707 50 41. Fax: +32 (0)2 707 50 57.
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