Georgia ready for NATO membership TRT English

Commemorations were held across the country on the 12th anniversary of the 2008 South Ossetian war between Georgia and Russia.

President Salome Zurabishvili, Prime Minister Gakhira, diplomats and the opposition first laid wreaths at the memorial to Georgian soldiers killed in the South Ossetian war.

President Zurabishvili, who went to the Mukhatgverdi cemetery in the capital Tbilisi, said he paid tribute to the soldiers who died in the war 12 years ago.

Stressing that his country’s coordination with NATO is ongoing and NATO membership is crucial to Georgia’s security, Prime Minister Gakharia said “Georgia is ready for NATO membership.”


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