Georgia, Tbilisi, July 22 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Chairman of the Georgian parliament David Bakradze said that one of major topics will include Georgian security at the meeting with U.S vice-president Joseph Biden.
"Issues connected with development of democratic institutions, economic cooperation, fulfillment of charter signed by our countries and launched fulfillment will be discussed at the meting," Bakradze told media.
The U.S President visited Georgia within the last five years. Biden is the second vice-president arriving Tbilisi, he said. U.S secretary of state visited Georgia several times. The Georgian President visited White House four times. Bakradze compared activity of small country as Georgia to contacts of the last 12 years by stressing significant intensification.
Speaker named Biden's scheduled meetings with Georgian opposition as natural. He explains that representatives of democratic countries always strive for meeting with representatives of broad public.
Biden will visit the Georgian Parliament on July 23.
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