John Bass went to Western Georgia
The U.S. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Georgia John Bass went today to western Georgia. As reported by the "Georgia-News", during the coming days he plans to hold a series of meetings there. In particular, as the press service of the U.S. Embassy in Georgia explained in an interview, Bass and his wife will visit Batumi, a port city of Poti, Zugdidi and a new resort town of Anaklia in Samegrelo.
"On Thursday, in Poti, the Ambassador and Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Zaza Gogava will lay the foundation for a new workshop to repair the ships of the Coast Guard. The workshop will be built by the U.S. government. The project cost $ 4 million" - said the spokesman of the embassy.
In addition, Bass will visit the regional media and hold meetings with the authorities of Zugdidi and examin "American Corner", opened in the city.