''Allies agreed at the 2008 Bucharest Summit that Georgia will become a NATO member, provided it meets all necessary requirements – this decision has since been reconfirmed at successive NATO Summits,'' NATO Summit Communique reads.
The Communique also says that they will give credits to all partners on their merits.
''We do support Georgia's right to determine its future and its foreign policy course without external intervention.
Georgia provides valued support for NATO-led operations, in particular in Afghanistan. We appreciate Georgia's significant contribution to NATO operations, which demonstrates its commitment and capability to contribute to Euro-Atlantic security,'' it reads.
The Communique also says that they salute the recent EU-mediated agreement called ''the Way for Georgia's progress.''
''This agreement paves the way for the important reforms which will help Georgia, an aspirant country, progress in its preparations towards membership. We remain committed to making full use of the NATO-Georgia Commission and the Annual National Programme in deepening political dialogue and cooperation,” says the Communique.