The FINANCIAL — Within the framework of the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers at the NATO Headquarters, a Resolute Support Mission meeting was held, which was attended by Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze.
Discussions focused on the security situation in Afghanistan and the process of the Resolute Support Mission. The Alliance member and partner states pledged to support Afghanistan in addressing security challenges. Special attention was paid to the Georgian soldiers’ special role in fighting off the armed attack on the German consulate in Mazari Sharif.
The Georgian Foreign Minister highly appreciated the important work done by the Government of National Accord, including the progress in the national reconciliation process, according to MFA of Georgia.
Mikheil Janelidze emphasized that the joint efforts of the countries have strengthened Afghan people’s fight against terror and have enhanced their chances for a better future.
The role of Georgia as an active contributor to international security was particularly highlighted. The Georgian delegation reaffirmed that it will maintain its contingent in the Resolute Support Mission until the end of 2017.