Georgian top official mulls resolution in support of country with U.S. congressmen
Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov. 3 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia /
Georgian Parliamentary Speaker David Bakradze held meetings at the U.S. House of Representatives to promote the draft resolution on Georgia, the Georgian Parliament told Trend. He met with representatives of the Republican and Democratic parties to secure the adoption of the resolution.
The resolution provides support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia, as well as recognition of the occupation of Georgia's lands by the Russian troops. It requires the withdrawal of the occupation forces from the entire Georgian territory. The U.S. Senate has already accepted a similar resolution.
Bakradze discussed with congressmen Adam Smith and David Dreier.
"The resolution is a comprehensive document, which recognizes the territorial integrity of Georgia. It also reflects the fact of the irreversibility of democratic reforms in the country," Bakradze said in an interview with reporters after a meeting with Congressmen Dreier.
Bakradze is also expected to meet with the leading U.S. media.