Within the framework of the ongoing NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Madrid, the Georgian Parliament delegation met with the French delegation. According to the press service of the Parliament, according to the chairman of the Defense and Security Committee of the Parliament, the head of the Georgian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Irakli Beraia, at the meeting the parties discussed the regional security environment, Georgia's security challenges and further strengthening of cooperation between the two countries in the field of defense and security.
"The importance of Georgia joining NATO and the progress that Georgia has on the path of integration into NATO and the European Union was noted," the information says.
"France is the most important partner of Georgia and our task is to further deepen and expand relations with this country, including inter-parliamentary relations," Irakli Beraia said.
The parliamentary delegation includes, together with Irakli Beraia, the first deputy chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, Giorgi Khelashvili, and the deputy chairpersons of the Defense and Security Committee: Vladimir Chachibaia and Teona Akubardia.