Baiden's visit is U.S support of Georgian government's internal and foreign policy: foreign ministry
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 20 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
U.S Vice President Joseph Baiden's visit to Georgia is the logical continuation of the new U.S administration's support of the Georgian government's internal and foreign policy, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania said at a briefing on July 20.
This visit is the continuation of relations which were launched since the realization of the formal Charter on Strategic Partnership, he said.
"Baiden will arrive in Georgia with a delegation. The delegation includes representatives of the state administration, as well as representatives of the Trade and State Security Councils," Jalagania said.
Jalagania said that the program will see the meeting of the Vice President with the Georgian President. He will address the Georgian Parliament and meet with public representatives. "There will be open conversation on all topics of the Charter, as well as on security and stability," the Deputy Foreign Minister said.
According to U.S sources, Baiden is expected to meet with non-parliamentary opposition.
Joseph Baiden will arrive in Georgia from Ukraine on July 22 at 18:00 and leave Georgia on July 23.
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