PRIME MINISTER OF GEORGIA AND US SENATORS DISCUSS PROSPECTS OF INTENSIFIED US-GEORGIA STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP Print Version

2018-09-19

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Prospects further deepening of US-Georgia strategic partnership and intensified economic cooperation were discussed by Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia and Sen. Robert Phillips Corker Jr. and Sen. Robert Menendez during a meeting held at the US Senate today.

Focus was made on the progress achieved by Georgia towards the European and Euro-Atlantic integration, along with the past and planned reforms of the Government of Georgia.

Significant US-Georgia cooperation in defense and security has been underlined at the meeting.

Parties also paid attention to the current situation at the occupied territories of Georgia, along with the high level meetings held and further scheduled for the Prime Minister within his visit to Washington D.C.

Head of the Government of Georgia expressed his gratitude to US Senators for their support to the country and noted his strong belief in further strengthening and extending the bilateral relations as a result of the current visit.

Meeting was attended by David Zalkaliani, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and H.E. David Bakradze, Ambassador Plenipotentiary and Extraordinary of Georgia to USA.

Prime Minister's Press Office