Support expected from U.S. officials during Georgia visit
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb,4 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia /
Bilateral cooperation within the strategy executed by Georgia and the U.S. will be discussed during U.S. First Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg and Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon's visit to Georgia.
Georgian Foreign Ministry representative David Berdzenishvili said after the meeting statements will be made in support of bilateral cooperation between the U.S. and Georgia.
Steinberg and Gordon will arrive in Georgia from Armenia Feb. 5 in the Caucasus tour. They will meet with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and opposition representatives.
Parliamentary Committee for International Relations Chairman Akaki Minashvili said during the U.S. diplomats' visit, existing conflicts in Georgian territory will be discussed.
He said opportunities to intensify international efforts toward resolving existing conflicts in Georgia will be mulled during the visit.