Speaking after his meeting with NATO Special Representative for the South Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai, Janelidze told journalists they discussed issues of cooperation between Georgia and NATO.
“The main topic of discussion was implementation of the cooperation program adopted at the NATO summit in Wales. NATO headquarters and Appathurai are actively involved in the plan preparation to implement this cooperation program,” the minister said. “The NATO-Georgia commission will hold a session in February 2015, where we expect this plan to be approved,” he added.
Appathurai, who started his visit to Tbilisi on Thursday, is due to hold meetings with Georgian Prime Minister Irakly Garibashvili, members of parliament and leaders of non-governmental organizations.