“Georgia must continue its defense and security reforms, preparing for the moment when all NATO members will reach a political consensus on Georgia’s membership in the alliance,” Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani said at a briefing.
“Despite the fact that NATO member states have not reached a political consensus, we must not weaken our positions. “On the contrary, we must continue to take retroactive steps, carry out reforms in all directions, in the defense and security spheres, in improving the country, so that we are ready at that moment,” Zalkaliani said.
The Georgian Foreign Minister stressed that their country’s membership in NATO is not a “civilized choice of the Georgian people” but of the Georgian government, which is also reflected in the Georgian Constitution.
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