''Modern hybrid war's complexity requires joint efforts and our partners' support,'' Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili said in his speech at the Brussel's Forum, in which he participated along with the world leaders.
''We also salute the fact that the revision of the alliance's open-door policy constitutes one of the key recommendations in the document, and we hope that this policy will be pursued in the years to come. Over the years, the North Atlantic Alliance has actively carried out investments and been involved in the endeavor to increase sustainability in Georgia. We stand ready to intensify relations with NATO in this field. For aspirant Georgia, this agenda is of increasing contemporary relevance as we are getting ready for membership,'' the Georgian PM declared.