A group of experts will familiarise themselves, on Monday in Tbilisi, with the fulfilment of NATO recommendations given to Georgia which claims NATO membership.
Georgian deputy defence minister Gela Bezhuashvili told RIA Novosti that during the meetings his country will report to NATO on what has been done in the country's armed forces after Georgia officially made application for NATO membership in late 2002 in Prague.
According to Bezhuashvili, a certain progress has been reached in reforming Georgian army after the NATO summit in Prague. At the same time he did not mention problems to be solved yet.
In late May the fulfilment of the individual cooperation programme between Georgia and NATO will be considered in the NATO headquarters in Brussels.
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