U.S. senators' delegation to discuss security issues in Georgia
Georgia , Tbilisi, January April 18 / Trend, N.Kirtshalia /
A delegation of U.S. senators from the Republican Party will arrive in Georgia today. The delegation, which includes Senators John Kyl, Jeff Sessions, Michael Crapo, Ron Johnson, will visit the country as part of their Eastern European tour.
As the Georgian National Security Council told Trend, the American delegation will hold meetings with the Georgian President, Parliamentary Speaker, opposition representatives, the EU Observation Mission and NGO's.
The delegation is scheduled to meet with Security Council Secretary Giga Bokeria at 16:20 on April 18.
As Senator Kyl's assistant Tim Morrison said, the main purpose of the visit is to become familiarized with how the "reset" between the U.S. and Russia has influenced the security of U.S. allies in Eastern Europe.