The National Security Council of Georgia (NSC) advises the President of Georgia on National Security, Foreign Policy, and Domestic Policy. The NSC is the highest political decision-making body for security matters and is tasked with strengthening national defense and national security, and enhancing stability and the rule of law.
The NSC was established by Article 99 of the Constitution of Georgia in 1996 and is regulated by the Organic Law on the National Security Council in Georgia. According to the Constitution of Georgia, the NSC is chaired by the President of Georgia. The National Security Adviser of the President, the Secretary of the National Security Council directs its activities. The regular statutory attendees of the National Security Council are the:
The Speaker of Parliament also participates regularly in NSC working meetings.