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Philip Gordon visits Georgia2012-11-16 17:40
On Friday, November 16, in Tbilisi, the US Deputy Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon told reporters that despite the difficulties, the democratic transformations are undergoing in Georgia, the News-Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Everything that is done for the democratic development of the country is important. I am pleased that in a difficult and critical situation democratic transformations are still undergoing in Georgia. I am sure that in the future the U.S. will continue to support Georgia", Gordon said after the meeting with the chairman of the Georgian Parliament Usupashvili in the Hotel Tbilisi Marriott.
The meeting with the speaker of the parliament, which lasted about 40 minutes, was attended by the U.S. Ambassador Richard Norland and chairman of the parliamentary committee for foreign affairs Tedo Japaridze.
Recall, in mid-October NATO Secretary General's Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai stated that NATO continued cooperation with Georgia.
"NATO continues working with the government of Georgia. It remains committed to the decisions of the Bucharest summit on Georgia's membership in the Organization. We also continue supporting the territorial integrity of Georgia", Appathurai said.