#NATO-#Georgia Commission meets in Tbilisi
“Georgia has already made remarkable reforms in many areas. The priority now is to continue implementing reforms. And to demonstrate that democracy is deep-rooted,” he said. “That means making political cohabitation work. Showing a clear commitment to the rule of law. And ensuring that the presidential elections this year meet the very highest standards,” he added. In Tbilisi the Secretary General joined permanent representatives of all 28 NATO countries for a meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission with Prime Minister Ivanishvili. “We will continue to help Georgia to pursue critical reforms,” the Secretary General said. “We look forward to free and fair presidential elections later this year. And we will continue to support the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of Georgia within its internationally recognised borders.” The Secretary General added: “Georgia's full E...