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The U.S.-Georgia Strategic Partnership Commission's (SPC) Democracy and Governance Working Group met on November 12 in Washington to review progress on goals set at the Working Group’s previous meeting in 2014 in Tbilisi. The meeting built on a plenary session of the SPC hosted in Washington by Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland during the visit of Vice Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili. Both sides agreed on the importance of a fair, level, and competitive playing field for political parties and candidates in the lead- up to the October 2016 parliamentary elections, as well as an open, pluralistic, and independent space for political, media, and civil society voices.

Publication date: 15.11.2015
 

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Vice Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili chaired the fifth plenary session of the U.S.-Georgia Strategic Partnership Commission on November 2 at the U.S. Department of State. The Strategic Partnership Commission (SPC) serves as the primary strategic bilateral dialogue to deepen cooperation between the United States and Georgia and to advance our shared goal of Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic integration.  The Commission focused on advancing bilateral cooperation in the areas of democracy; defense and security; economics, trade, and energy; and people-to-people and cultural exchanges.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

In the frames of the working visit to Washington, Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met U.S. Senators Tom Cotton and Jeff Sessions. Discussions focused on the issues of the current and future co-operation. The Minister thanked the Senators for Georgia’s support in strategic issues and underlined the Senators’ particular contribution into the enhancement of relations between the two countries.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

The Georgian Vice Prime Minister and the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State in their speeches at the fifth Strategic Partnership Commission Plenary Session focused on the importance of economic co-operation between their two countries and on the strengthening the role of Georgia as a transit country.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

“This morning, we had a very good, very productive bilateral meeting, where I emphasized our determined support for Georgia’s integration into the Euro-Atlantic community. We also discussed a range of issues, from our growing trade partnership to our firm solidarity against external threats to Georgia’s sovereignty. We stand by the commitment we made in Bucharest that Georgia will become a member of NATO, and we continue to strongly support its aspirations on this path”, Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in his speech at the fifth Strategic Partnership Commission Plenary Session.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

In the frames of the working visit to the U.S., Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met Senator John McCain. During the meeting, the two sides reaffirmed the existing strategic partnership between the U.S. and Georgia.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

On the sidelines of the working visit to the U.S., Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili visited the Georgian Nunnery of Saint Nina in Maryland. The Foreign Minister and members of the Georgian delegation attended a Sunday Service and talked to the priests and members of the parish.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

On the sidelines of the working visit to the U.S., Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met Georgian specialists working in Washington. The meeting was attended by specialists, who work at the leading international or local financial companies or public health services in Washington.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

On 30 October, Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has met United States Trade Representative Michael Froman.  They discussed their shared interest in further strengthening bilateral trade and investment and directed that the U.S.-Georgia High-Level Dialogue on Trade and Investment support this effort by discussing options for building trade and investment ties, including the possibility of a free trade agreement.  Ambassador Froman and Vice Prime Minister Kvirikashvili announced endorsement of the Georgia-United States “Statement of Principles for International Investment” and “Trade Principles for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Services.”

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 

As part of his working visit to Washington, Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili held a meeting with Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Jimmy Kolker.

Publication date: 04.11.2015
 
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