Georgian Foreign Minister Met With Trump Administration

February 10, 2017, Written by

Georgia Pushes Western Integration Agenda


 

During an official visit to the US, Georgian Foreign Minister Mikhail Janelidze met with representatives of the administration of Donald Trump and senators.

 

This is the first visit to the United States for Janelidze after the inauguration of the 45th president of the U.S. Donald Trump. The Georgian Foreign Minister held meetings with the advisor to the US President for National Security, Michael Flynn, Senator Bob Corker, Ted Cochran, Mitch McConnell and Ben Cardy.

 

The meeting expressed strong support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, as well as the aspirations of the country to integrate into the European and Euro-Atlantic structures. The parties have also declared their readiness to develop bilateral relations in the sphere of security and trade.

 

“Our relationship with the US is really in a very active phase, and our strategic relations are developing in all areas, which are defined by the Charter and bilateral agenda. It is the construction of democratic institutions, cooperation in defense, security, trade, economic, energy and relations between people” – Janelidze said.