Georgia waiting for reaction from international community
Georgian government is waiting for reactions from international community regarding the recent scandalous statement of Russian president. Vladimir Putin said in his interview two days ago that he had signed a decree on beginning military intervention in Georgia in 2006. The representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia met with Diplomatic Corps today to introduce the details of this statement. `We are waiting for reaction of course, because this is the fact, which has revealed new reality regarding the motivation of Russia, which admitted its plans and deadlines; so this is the development of events, which needs adequate assessment from international community,` Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Sergi Kapanadze announced after the meeting.
A few days before the summit in Wales, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen mentioned Georgia when briefing about the Alliance plans for the future. He reiterated that Georgia would receive a new package at the Summit in Wales, which would bring the country closer to the Alliance.
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The Georgian Prime Minister will chair the delegation of Georgia at the UN 69th session, instead of President Margvelashvili - deputy foreign minister of Georgia, Davit Zalkaliani stated at today`s briefing.
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The Georgian Prime Minister says the government of Georgia is expecting adequate response from the NATO member nations at the upcoming summit in Wales. According to Irakli Gharibashvili, the government worked hard during the past two years to achieve maximum effect and therefore, they expect adequate response to the work done.