Kyiv: About 80% of Georgian citizens support the country's membership in the European Union and NATO.
This was announced by Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze at the Munich Security Conference.
"Our choice is to keep the course in the EU and NATO. 80% of our people support membership in the EU and NATO. This is not only a political, but also a civilizational choice. The Black Sea region is a top priority. Georgia is most concerned about this issue," he said.
He also stated that if a reliable security system is not created in the Black Sea basin, there will be no security.
“We need to be united and join forces to build a joint democracy of our continent,” Bakhtadze said.
We recall that Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani and his counterpart of Northern Macedonia Nikola Dimitrov signed a protocol on the establishment of diplomatic relations between the countries.