Washington DC: Georgia and United States are reviewing strategy for South Caucasus in response to political developments in the region including closer ties of Russia with Armenia and recent visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Armenia where he said Russia will respond if any aggression comes from any side against Armenia.
A bilateral working group meeting as part of the U.S. – Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership is being held in Washington. Officials from Georgia side include First Deputy Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani (Co-Chair), Deputy Defence Minister Mikheil Darchiashvili (Co-Chair), Georgia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Archil Gegeshidze, Deputy State Minister for Integration in European and Euro-Atlantic Structures David Dondua, Director of the Foreign Ministry’s Department of the Americas David Chochua and other officials participated at the meeting from the Georgian side.
While US official include Second Deputy Defence Secretary Evelyn Farkas (Co-Chair), the Second Deputy Secretary of State Greg Kausner (Co-Chair), Acting Second Deputy Secretary of State Marc Pomersheim, Adviser on Export Control and Border Security David Froman and others took part at the meeting.
Georgia and United States are reviewing strategy for South Caucasus in Washington
us georgia relations