NATO-Georgia Commission Discusses Georgian Reforms

A NATO-Georgia Commission session was held yesterday at the NATO headquarters in Brussels.

The Georgian governmental administration said in statement the Prime Minister’s Assistant for Human Rights and Gender Equality matters, Sopo Japaridze, headed the Georgian interagency delegation.

Japaridze addressed the session reviewing the work implemented by the Georgian government in human rights protection, the progress achieved and future plans.

According to the statement, the Georgian side discussed the implementation of the governmental action plan and national strategy of human rights protection approved in 2014. Institutional reforms carried out and the issues of human rights violation in Georgia’s occupied regions were also included in the session.

The statement continues that the NATO country’s representatives positively assessed Georgia’s progress in terms of human rights protection and underlined that Georgia is exemplary in the region in terms of democratic reforms.

NATO members expressed their support towards Georgia’s current reforms and Euro-Atlantic integration. 

16 December 2015 14:12