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NATO Summit Largely Overlooks South-Caucasus Concerns

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At the recent NATO Summit, the South-Caucasus region, including countries like Georgia, received minimal attention amidst broader discussions on global security challenges.

Despite Georgia’s strategic importance and its ongoing efforts to integrate with Western institutions, the summit’s agenda primarily focused on issues related to Russia, China, and NATO’s eastern flank.

Georgian officials expressed disappointment over the lack of substantial dialogue on their security concerns and aspirations for NATO membership. This limited focus has raised questions about the alliance’s commitment to supporting its partners in the South-Caucasus region.

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