NATO will use the Georgians in Afghanistan as long as possible: Rogozin. (In the foreseeable future, Georgia will not become a NATO member)

In the foreseeable future, Georgia will not become a NATO member. This is the opinion permanent representative in NATO Dmitry Rogozin. “I think that the prospects for Georgia joining NATO, no,” - told reporters May 4 Rogozin, stressing that it was (Georgia - Ed.) “Can not be a member of NATO, for one simple reason - or NATO should recognize the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia or must be taken to Georgia in the old borders defined by Stalin, along with South Ossetia and Abkhazia. ” The diplomat also noted the possible continuation of NATO’s cooperation with Georgia, which, in particular, sends its soldiers to Afghanistan. “I think that Georgians would be used as long as possible,” - declared Permanent Representative of Russia.

4 May 2010 | membership, nato, rogozin, use georgians

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