Foreign ministers from NATO-member states will meet their Georgian counterpart, Maia Panjikidze, in frames of the NATO-Georgia Commission in Brussels on December 5.
The meeting, which will be held on a sideline of a two-day NATO foreign ministerial summit, will discuss foreign policy and reform priorities of Georgia’s new government, according to NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu.
“They’ll discuss the foreign policy and reform priorities of the new government, including its objectives to further strengthen democratic institutions and advance on the path of the Euro-Atlantic integration,” she said on November 30.
Meeting of NATO foreign ministers with non-NATO ISAF contributing nations is also scheduled on December 5.
Last month Georgia has doubled its contribution to NATO-led operation in Afghanistan to 1,571 servicemen, according to the Georgian Ministry of Defense.
On the first day of the meeting on December 4, NATO foreign ministers will meet their Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in frames of the NATO-Russia Council – first ministerial-level meeting since Vladimir Putin's return to the presidency in Russia in May.