Georgia, U.S. discuss strategic partnership issues

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Tbilisi, Georgia, Feb.1
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:

During the meeting with a group of U.S. congressmen and senators, led by Republican Senator John McCain in Munich, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili discussed the issues of strategic partnership between the U.S. and Georgia on Feb.1.

The meeting was held within the Munich Security Conference.

The U.S. support for Georgia in its path towards NATO and European integration was emphasized during the meeting, press service of Georgian prime minister told Trend.

The issues of bilateral Georgian-U.S. cooperation, the progress achieved by Georgia on its path of accession to NATO and EU, NATO summit planned for 2014 and the signing of association agreement between Georgia and EU were discussed at the meeting.

The parties also discussed the Russian-Georgian relations and the difficult situation in the occupied Georgian territories.

Translated by L.Z.

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