More NATO, More Security? The first day of Georgia Defence and Security Conference was dedicated to NATO with the special view on the upcoming Warsaw summit. The interactive theme - More NATO, More Security? was hosted by the Atlantic Council of the United States. The participants split in two interactive sessions to imitate opponents and proponents of Georgia’s membership into NATO. During the first panel - NATO Enlargement If? the panelists were Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania Juozas Olekas, US Army Europe Commander LtGen Ben Hodges, Deputy Minister of Defence of the Czech Republic Jakub Landovsky, Director of Centre for Security and Development of Georgia Levan Dolidze. The session was moderated by Chief Political Correspondent of Global News, US Tom Clark. Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania Juozas Olekas focused on the policy of Russia in his speech. He declared that joint efforts are needed against the aggressive policy of Russia. Juozas Olekas talked about the prospects of NATO integration and noted that if Georgia fulfills all committeemen’s it will become the member of NATO. “Georgia has made a considerable progress and implemented military and democratic reforms. We all agree that we are not discussing if Georgia will become a member of NATO but more important is when Georgia will join the Alliance. Lithuania supports Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations. I hope that with our joint efforts Georgia will achieve this goal in the nearest future,” declared Juozas Olekas.