Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec.27
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
The signing of the Defense Authorization Act by the U.S. president will deepen Georgian-U.S. cooperation in the military sphere, Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze told journalists on Dec.27.
The act envisages cooperation with partner countries, including Georgia and assistance to them, according to the foreign minister.
When coming to selective justice, such a record is no longer in the act, as Georgian government has provided the U.S. with full and comprehensive information about certain issues, according to Panjikidze.
"Now the U.S. has no questions and this paragraph has been removed from the act," Panjikidze said.
Translated by L.Z.