U.S., Georgian presidents to discuss all aspects of bilateral relations
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan.30/ Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
An upcoming meeting between the Georgian and the U.S presidents in the White House will discuss bilateral relations, including cooperation within the Strategic Partnership Charter, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania said at a press briefing on Monday.
He said the topics to be discussed include security and democratic reforms, and economic cooperation, regional and global issues.
Jalagania said Mikheil Saakashvili paid a visit at Barack Obama's personal invitation.
"This year is significant for both countries, as elections are scheduled to take place in the U.S. and Georgia. Also, 20 years have passed since the establishment of diplomatic relations between us, and all these factors point to the fact that an important meeting will be
held between the two leaders," he said.
Jalagania said Saakashvili will also meet with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.