საქართველოს საავტომობილო გზების ზოგიერთ მონაკვეთზე ავტოტრანსპორტის მოძრაობაზე შეზღუდვები შენარჩუნებულია
Lithuanian Prime Minister Gedimnas Kirkilas has pledged support to Georgia's aspirations to join North Atlantic Treaty Organization and share the experience his country had gained after becoming an independent country, as it was one of the pioneer post-soviet states who joined NATO.
Lithuanian Prime Minister was hosted by Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli on Friday.
Noghaideli and Kirkilas briefed for journalists after the closed meeting, saying they discussed bilateral cooperation and the intensification of cooperation in economic and trade sector.
Zurab Noghaideli spoke about the procedures Georgia had passed towards NATO membership and expressed his hope, that Lithuania would assist their friends to move onto the Membership Action Plan.
'I greatly hope that Lithuania will assist us, moreover, I have no doubts in this regard,' Noghaideli said.
Georgian parliament speaker has also met with the Lithuanian Prime Minister. Nino Burjanadze believes that with the support demonstrated and pledged by the Lithuania, Georgia will have serious achievements on its way to NATO and the EU. She said Lithuania was a good example of how a state can become a stable and democratic one and join NATO and the EU inthe shortest period of time.
'We'll do our best to intensify our political and economic ties,' Burjanadze said.