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Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development Gayle Smith: Democracy is hard work and it never ends

Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development Gayle Smith congratulated the Georgian people on the Day of Independence at an official reception held to mark the 25th anniversary of the restoration of Georgia’s independence in Washington DC, on 8 June 2016.

“I am truly honoured to be here, to convey you my warmest and deepest congratulations on important and historic occasion. It is not a coincidence that today we are celebrating Georgia’s independence day and the strategic partnership between Georgia and the U.S.”,   Gayle Smith said, addressing the attending guests, “We always support and continue to support Georgia. That matters to you, matters to us. That’s why we work together so long, promoting the development of democratic institutions”.

Gayle Smith focused on the Parliamentary elections to be held in Georgia in October.

  The USAID Administrator underlined that Georgia is a model, an example of development of the democracy and economy.  “Democracy is hard work and it never ends” Gayle Smith said.

The reception dedicated to Georgia’s independence restoration was hosted by the Embassy of Georgia in the U.S. and was attended by nearly 900 invited guests.  Ambassador of Georgia in the United State Archil Gegeshidze, together with the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mikheil Janelidze and Minister of Defence Tinatin Khidasheli, opened up the official part of the celebration. Honorary guests: U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Elissa Slotkin, and Administrator of the USAID Gayle Smith have also addressed the audience.

 

 

 
 
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