Georgia, Tbilisi, June 15 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
The U.S. State Department has summed up Hillary Clinton's visit to Georgia.
Washington will assist in the development of Georgia's air defense system and the Coast Guard. It was said in a statement of the State Department.
The State Department also stated that the U.S. will help Georgia in the modernization of the helicopter fleet.
Washington is once again stressed that it supports Georgia's territorial integrity. The statement also said about the agreement on facilitation of visa regime that was reached by the parties.
During the visit, Clinton discussed the upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia. Democratic elections make Georgia closer to the Euro-Atlantic space, the statement said.
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