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Publication date: 2016-07-06 Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry signed a Memorandum on Deepening the Defense and Security Partnership Between the United States of America and Georgia

The Memorandum reaffirms and expands U.S.-Georgia bilateral defense and security cooperation in the areas of defense capacity building, military and security cooperation, cyber security provision and information sharing: “The United States and Georgia believe that formalizing a durable and strategic approach to defense and security cooperation increases the security of both countries and positively impacts regional stability and global security. This Memorandum on Deepening the Defense and Security Partnership therefore reaffirms and expands the United States and Georgia’s enduring and effective defense and security cooperation,” says the Memorandum.

Publication date: 2016-07-14 U.S. House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Committee passed unanimously a bipartisan Resolution (H.Res.660) in support of Georgia’s Territorial Integrity

As the next step, the Resolution will be put on voting at the Plenary Session of the U.S. House of Representatives in autumn 2016. The Resolution will need support of the majority in order to be passed.

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