Stoltenberg: "NATO does not forget about Georgia"

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"Russia's war against Ukraine has not made us forget about other partners who face Russian pressure, aggression and intimidation. Moreover, this war has made our partnership even more important.

That is why NATO foreign ministers will meet in Bucharest with their Ukrainian counterparts, as well as the Foreign Ministers of Georgia, Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to respond to the challenges we face and strengthen our support for the resilience of these countries, political independence and modernization of the armed forces so that countries can better defend themselves. If they are safer, we will be safer". 

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General

NATO summit is held on November 29-30 in Bucharest, with the participation of future members Finland and Sweden, as well as countries expressing readiness to join the Alliance - Ukraine, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The aim of the summit is to develop a unified strategy for foreign policy and security structures of the Western military bloc, said the Romanian Foreign Ministry.

The foreign ministers gathered in the same city where 14 years ago it was confirmed that Ukraine and Georgia would become members of the alliance, but the countries then were not given a MAP - the Membership Action Plan for NATO.

Moldova, which is not seeking membership, but is one of the alliance's partners, will also be represented at the summit.

NATO has announced talks with allies to "take further steps to help them defend their independence and strengthen their ability to defend themselves".

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Stoltenberg: "NATO does not forget about Georgia"

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Read: 435     14:00     30 Ноябрь 2022    

"Russia's war against Ukraine has not made us forget about other partners who face Russian pressure, aggression and intimidation. Moreover, this war has made our partnership even more important.

That is why NATO foreign ministers will meet in Bucharest with their Ukrainian counterparts, as well as the Foreign Ministers of Georgia, Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to respond to the challenges we face and strengthen our support for the resilience of these countries, political independence and modernization of the armed forces so that countries can better defend themselves. If they are safer, we will be safer". 

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General

NATO summit is held on November 29-30 in Bucharest, with the participation of future members Finland and Sweden, as well as countries expressing readiness to join the Alliance - Ukraine, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The aim of the summit is to develop a unified strategy for foreign policy and security structures of the Western military bloc, said the Romanian Foreign Ministry.

The foreign ministers gathered in the same city where 14 years ago it was confirmed that Ukraine and Georgia would become members of the alliance, but the countries then were not given a MAP - the Membership Action Plan for NATO.

Moldova, which is not seeking membership, but is one of the alliance's partners, will also be represented at the summit.

NATO has announced talks with allies to "take further steps to help them defend their independence and strengthen their ability to defend themselves".

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