Zalkaliani: Jens Stoltenberg has fixed a clear position that NATO's decisions will not be reviewed

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I had a very fruitful meeting with the NATO Secretary General and all the expectations that I had were once again confirmed at this meeting. The Secretary General has fixed a clear position that there will be no revision of the decisions taken by the North Atlantic Alliance, that the main priority and red lines are the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, as well as our Euro-Atlantic integration," said Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia David Zalkaliani about his meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels.
According to David Zalkaliani, NATO is ready to continue the dialogue with Russia, and there are areas that can be discussed, however, as the minister explained, there will be no compromises on those red lines that are very clearly marked.
As the Foreign Minister noted, Georgia's agenda towards integration into NATO will be preserved.
"We will do everything in close coordination with NATO partners so that this process is not harmed, and all planned activities were carried out on time, and were filled with the relevant content that will allow us to present significant, tangible results at the Madrid Summit," the Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia said.

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Zalkaliani: Jens Stoltenberg has fixed a clear position that NATO's decisions will not be reviewed

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Read: 421     11:00     18 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

I had a very fruitful meeting with the NATO Secretary General and all the expectations that I had were once again confirmed at this meeting. The Secretary General has fixed a clear position that there will be no revision of the decisions taken by the North Atlantic Alliance, that the main priority and red lines are the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, as well as our Euro-Atlantic integration," said Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia David Zalkaliani about his meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels.
According to David Zalkaliani, NATO is ready to continue the dialogue with Russia, and there are areas that can be discussed, however, as the minister explained, there will be no compromises on those red lines that are very clearly marked.
As the Foreign Minister noted, Georgia's agenda towards integration into NATO will be preserved.
"We will do everything in close coordination with NATO partners so that this process is not harmed, and all planned activities were carried out on time, and were filled with the relevant content that will allow us to present significant, tangible results at the Madrid Summit," the Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia said.

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