Temur Kekelidze participated in NATO-Georgia Commission session in Brussels
30 March, 2019
The Head of the MIA Border Police Temur Kekelidze participated in NATO-Georgia Commission meeting in NATO headquarters in Brussels.
"The Coast Guard of the MIA Border Police makes huge efforts to deepen the NATO-Georgia cooperation in the maritime sector as well as in strengthening the overall Black Sea security. We work effectively to fulfill our commitments”. - said Temur Kekelidze after the meeting.
While in Brussels, Mr. Kekelidze met with the NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai.
The NATO-Georgia Commission meeting was chaired by NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller. The Georgian Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaliani addressed the Alliance's Permanent Representatives.
The NATO-Georgia Commission meeting was chaired by NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller and the permanent representatives of the Georgian Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaniani.
The meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission dealt with Black Sea security. Highlighting the importance of the related issues and emphasized Georgia’s significant role and practical involvement in ensuring Black Sea security, as well as Georgia’s active participation in implementing the Brussels Summit decisions regarding the Black Sea region.
Georgia’s progress on NATO integration path was once again highlighted at the meeting. The member States of Alliance showed strong support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity. The Allies once again pointed out Georgia’s important contribution to the LATO-led peacekeeping missions.