"The issue of Georgia is included in the agenda of the NATO Summit. This indicates once again that the partners consider Georgia as a country with common values," the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Davit Zalkaliani, stated about it during the NATO Summit in Brussels.
According to him, he already has preliminary information that there are very clear messages in the text of the declaration on Georgia.
"I have information that the text reflects the progress that the country has made in terms of integration with NATO. I expect that the decision of the Bucharest Summit that Georgia must become a member of NATO will be repeated. There will be talk about the occupation and the fact that the Russian Federation must fulfill its international obligations. There will be very clear messages regarding the Russian Federation. I think, also, significant attention will be paid to the security context of the Black Sea," said Davit Zalkaliani.