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Georgia Receives ‘Maximum Possible’ at NATO’s Warsaw Summit

Several paragraphs of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) final Warsaw Summit communiqué (July 9) refer to long-time NATO-aspirant Georgia (Nato.int, July 9). The Alliance expressed its readiness to ramp up dialogue and cooperation with Georgia and Ukraine on strengthening Black Sea regional security. The document noted the input of Georgia and other non-NATO partner countries in the alliance’s peacekeeping activities. The communiqué confirmed its “open door” policy and encouraged the “Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Georgia.” NATO reiterated the point of the Bucharest declaration that Georgia “would become a NATO member,” but only through the Membership Action Plan (MAP) as an …read more

Source: The Jamestown Foundation

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