jue. Oct 17th, 2019

NATO Deputy Secretary General in Batumi: Georgia has demonstrated that it is an exporter of security

Speaking in the Black Sea city of Batumi after a meeting with Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili on Friday (4 October), NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller thanked the President for hosting the North Atlantic Council. She said that the Substantial NATO-Georgia Package has been a success story in the five years since it was created, strengthening Georgia’s interoperability with the Alliance and making Georgian armed forces more capable. “Allies have now decided to conduct a refresh as we call it or a strengthening of the package by 2020, updating and improving our cooperation”, she said.

 

Speaking in the Black Sea city of Batumi after a meeting with Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili on Friday (4 October), NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller thanked the President for hosting the North Atlantic Council. She said that the Substantial NATO-Georgia Package has been a success story in the five years since it was created, strengthening Georgia’s interoperability with the Alliance and making Georgian armed forces more capable. “Allies have now decided to conduct a refresh as we call it or a strengthening of the package by 2020, updating and improving our cooperation”, she said.

 

Earlier in the day, Deputy Secretary General Gottemoeller met with Minister of Foreign Affairs David Zalkaliani and Minister of Defence Irakli Garibashvili. She also visited the Georgian Coast Guard vessels Dioskuria and Ochamchire and met with Minister of Interior Vakhtang Gomelauri. While in Batumi, the Deputy Secretary General also had a meeting with the Chairman of the Georgian Parliament Archil Talakvadze. Ms. Gottemoeller also received the Order of the Golden Fleece Award and thanked President Zourabichvili for this very special honour.

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