The state Department has supported Georgia's membership in NATO
Alexey Bogdanovsky. Authorized by the U.S. state Department endorsed on the first day of the week potential membership of Georgia in NATO, but did not explain the analogous promises made to Ukraine.
"We support the commitment given in Bucharest that Georgia will become a NATO member, and We don't stop to be strongly supportive of her hopes in this direction," said 1st Deputy Secretary of state Tony Blinken at the meeting with the Minister of foreign Affairs of Georgia George Kvirikashvili.
NATO countries at the conference in Bucharest in 2008 gave a commitment that Georgia and Ukraine in the indefinite future will be accepted in the Alliance. While Ukraine Lloyd did not mention.
the Commissioner of the state Department's Elizabeth Trudeau refused to disclose whether the U.S. Ukraine's membership in NATO." The Alliance on the basis of consensus invites new members when they are ready and have the opportunity to contribute to the security of the North Atlantic region. Any decision on NATO membership was adopted by Ukraine and members of the Commonwealth, and I'm not going to speculate as to the readiness of the Country before she will submit a formal application, " said Trudeau correspondents.