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Big run on Hillary Clinton in Georgia2012-05-29 14:55
The leader of the opposition political coalition "Georgian Dream", businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili stated on Monday that he would try to meet with the U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her visit to Georgia on June 5.
"We will try to meet (with Clinton), if it will be possible. I know that her visit will be very short and I do not know exactly what she is planning, and I am not sure we'll have such an opportunity, but we will try", Ivanishvili told reporters on May 28, the Civil.ge reported.
He also said that the meeting, held to mark the start of the election campaign of the "Georgian Dream" was "very important" for the Europeans and for "our very good friend, the most powerful friend - for America and for the Americans", who have found that "the desire of Georgians for freedom is firm, organized and thought out, and there is no force which could stop it", the edition reported.
The Chairman of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze has no information on possible meeting of Bidzina Ivanishvili and the U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her forthcoming visit to Georgia.
Bakradze told the journalists that the program of Hillary Clinton's visit was not fully specified. He praised the visit as an important event, noting that it shows deepening of cooperation between Georgia and the USA.
According to Bakradze, the main task of the Secretary of State in Georgia was participating in a meeting within the Georgian-American Charter on Strategic Partnership and a meeting with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, the edition reported.
"Recent visits of such a high level - this is an indication that the Georgian-American relations have positive dynamics, and the United States remains the main partner and guarantor of liberty and security of Georgia", Bakradze stressed.