NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Tuesday, December 4, said that NATO appreciates Georgia's participation in the ISAF mission in Afghanistan, welcomes the commitment of the country to continue the path of democratic development, and noted that the Alliance considers Georgia - a reliable partner.
"We are going to recognize the progress made by Georgia and call upon all forces (in Georgia) do not to stop the democratic transformation," - said the Secretary General of NATO, noting that on December, 5 in Brussels, he will meet with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Padzhikidze.
According to Rasmussen, "Georgia has demonstrated exceptional commitment to the mission of the alliance in Afghanistan". NATO Secretary General said that at the meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister will be discussed further cooperation in this field.
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