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Georgia wants to facilitate NATO vessels admission to its ports

Georgian party is ready to host and support Alliance’s vessels located in the Black Sea
14:58, 4 June 2019

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Georgia has developed a legislative package which will facilitate diplomatic admission for entrance in the territorial waters and ports of Georgia for NATO continuously operating maritime links for and ships located in NATO’s operational control, as Georgia Online reported.

The first annual report on the implementation of a government programme for 2018-2020 which Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze presented in the Parliament contains information about the development respective steps.

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According to the Georgian Prime Minister, recently NATO vessels visit Georgian territorial waters more often. In its turn, Georgia is ready to contribute to the questions of peace and security of the Black Sea region.

“Georgian party is ready to host and support Alliance’s vessels located in the Black Sea,” Bakhtadze said.

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At this stage, the bill is being agreed in the institutions. The report was presented to the Parliament in a written form. The Head of the Government has to present it to the MPs till the end of this month.

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