"The key is for our progress to be adequately evaluated and appreciated at the NATO summit," Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili told the Georgian Public Broadcaster on 27 June. Garibashvili said that he is content with the progress Georgia has made.
"For our government it is important that this progress be adequately evaluated and appreciated by NATO member states. We have been promised that this progress will be evaluated by taking into account all those factors and challenges which we face now," said the prime minister
In Garibashvili's opinion it is not correct to create expectations in advance and the Georgian government is not oriented on that.
"Our key objective is to continue our stable development in a painless and quiet manner, without any losses. Whether it will be MAP [Membership Action Plan] or something better than MAP, that depends on the final decision of NATO member states. Therefore, we'd better wait and see," noted the Georgian prime minister.