Stoltenberg: NATO to expand cooperation with Georgia

 Georgia Online reports that the Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) Jens Stoltenberg, at a meeting of the NATO-Georgia commission, said that the Alliance plans to expand cooperation with Georgia because of Russian aggression in the Black Sea.

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, NATO is concerned due to aggressive actions of the Russian Federation in the Black Sea.

“The Alliance is concerned about Russia’s aggressive actions against both Russia and Ukraine. The Allies expressed readiness to deepen cooperation with Georgia in the direction of strengthening the security in the Black Sea,” noted the Georgian Foreign Ministry.

In addition, according to the NATO Secretary General, Georgia has made impressive progress in the “implementing of comprehensive reforms” and is a “prime example of democratic development.”

Earlier it was reported that the Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg during his joint press conference with the Ukrainian President in Brussels, stated that the North Atlantic Alliance would help improve the military and naval forces of Ukraine.

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