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NATO Committed to Open Door Policy, Support for Ukraine, Georgia – Stoltenberg's Annual Report

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NATO's open door policy remains unchanged, as does allied support for future membership in the alliance for Ukraine and Georgia, reports.

This is discussed in the annual report of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, which he presented at a virtual press conference at the headquarters of the alliance in Brussels on Tuesday.

According to his statement, NATO's door remains open for all European democracies that share the values of the alliance, are willing and able to assume the responsibilities and obligations of membership, capable of promoting the principles of the North Atlantic Treaty and whose participation can contribute to the security of the North Atlantic region. Each country should have the right to choose its own security measures, including whether or not to join any treaty or alliance such as NATO.

In his report, the Secretary General recalled that in March 2020 North Macedonia became the 30th member of the North Atlantic Alliance, which demonstrates NATO's commitment to the open door policy, which is a fundamental principle of the North Atlantic Treaty and one of the greatest and most tangible successes of the North Atlantic Alliance over the years.



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