National Threat Assessment Document of Georgia
Ensuring security of Georgia implies creation and preservation of favorable conditions for peaceful, democratic development of the country and utmost protection of its national interests. With this regard, it is of critical importance to guarantee and protect physical security, rights and freedoms of every citizen, as well as provide equal opportunities.
The Threat Assessment Document of Georgia is a fundamental conceptual document that identifies threats facing Georgia, analyses possible scenarios, probabilites and consequences of their realization. The Document illustrates the threats and challenges caused by military, external policy, internal policy, hybrid, transnational, socio-economic, natural and human factors posing a significant threat to national security.
The Threat Assessment Document of Georgia is a classified document. However, the first two Threat Assessment Documents of Georgia (respectively, 2007-2009 and 2010-2013) contained open sections. As for the current Document, its secret version (only) was updated in 2015 covering the period of 2015-2018.
Currently, an updating process of the Threat Assessment Document is underway coordinated by the National Security Council/its Office.