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The President of Georgia H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili has delivered a speech at the George Washington University and addressed the students, experts and academic circle representatives. “Today we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the referendum that was held about Georgian Independence. A referendum that has clearly defined that my nation with the 3000 years of history was ready to rebuild it statehood and become once more an independent member of the International family.

Publication date: 01.04.2016

On March 23rd 2016 Co-Chairs of the U.S. House Georgia Caucus – Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Gerald Connolly (D-Virginia) submitted a bi-partisan Resolution in support of the territorial integrity of Georgia (H.Res.660). Resolution condemns the military intervention and occupation of Georgia by the Russian Federation and its continuous illegal activities along the occupation line in Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia. It calls upon the Russian Federation to withdraw its recognition of Georgia’s territories of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia as independent countries, to refrain from acts and policies that undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, and to take steps to fulfill all the terms and conditions of the August 12, 2008 Ceasefire Agreement between Georgia and the Russian Federation.

Publication date: 24.03.2016


Vice Prime Minister of Georgia Dimitry Kumsishvili, within his official visit to the USA, held a meeting with the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Elizabeth L. Littlefield. The operation of the OPIC in Georgia was positively estimated at the meeting and it was also noted that the OPIC, with its investment portfolio in Georgia amounting to 0,5 billion USD, provided the support of over 50 projects implemented in the different fields of Georgian economy.

Publication date: 11.03.2016

The objective of the Government of Georgia is to ensure uninterrupted and stable natural gas supplies for the country that was challenged recently due to the increased energy consumption. To achieve this objective, the lengthy and transparent negotiations were conducted by the Government of Georgia which have led to successful results.

Publication date: 08.03.2016

On March 1, 2016 Ambassador of Georgia to the U.S., Archil Gegeshidze met with the U.S. Congressman, Ted Yoho (R-Florida). The Georgian Ambassador spoke about Georgia’s recent history, regional processes, Georgia’s foreign policy aspirations and its security challenges. Parties underlined importance of the US support and its assistance, including the need to strengthen cooperation between the two countries. The Congressman underlined importance of the strong friendship and alliance between the U.S. and Georgia and expressed strong support towards Georgia.

Publication date: 03.03.2016

On 25th of February the United States’ House of Representatives held a hearing of the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry “Strengthening U.S. Leadership in a Turbulent World: The FY 2017 Foreign Affairs Budget.” The U.S Secretary presented the U.S. State Department’s draft Budget.

Publication date: 27.02.2016

On February 12, 2016 Ambassador of Georgia to the U.S. Archil Gegeshidze met with the US Congressman, Lee Zeldin (R-New York). 

Publication date: 13.02.2016

On February 12, Ambassador of Georgia to the U.S. Archil Gegeshidze met with the Co-Chair of the Georgia Caucus, US Congressman Ted Poe (R-Texas). 

Publication date: 13.02.2016

On December 10, 2015 Co-Chair of the Georgia Caucus, Congressman Ted Poe (R-Texas) submitted a supportive Statement on U.S.-Georgia Relations to the House of Representatives (114th Congress, First Session). Congressman underlined the importance of a strong U.S.-Georgia relationship. The statement mentions that Georgia is an ally of the U.S. that is a beacon of hope for democracy and capitalism in Eastern Europe. 

Publication date: 11.12.2015

Minister of Defence of Georgia Tinatin Khidasheli continues her meetings at the United States Congress. Georgia’s Defence Minister has already met with the U.S. Senators - Ron Johnson and Bob Corker and U.S. Congress Members - Mark Meadows, Steve Chabot, David Cicilline, Duncan Hunter, Reid Ribble and John Shimkus. Democratic and Republican members of the U.S. Congress confirmed their steady support for Georgia’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and Euro-Atlantic aspirations. They thanked the Georgian Defence Minister for Georgia’s contribution to international security.

Publication date: 11.12.2015
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