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Georgia and USA discuss cooperation2012-11-28 14:04
At a meeting between the Secretary of the National Security Council Giga Bokeria and the Second Deputy Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Eric Rubin they have discussed the process and the agenda of the working group, operating under the Charter on Strategic Partnership between Georgia and the U.S., taking place in Georgia after the parliamentary election.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Trend, the meeting was attended by Deputy Assistant Secretary for Defense Evelyn Farkas, Deputy Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia Batu Kutelia and the U.S. Ambassador to Georgia Richard Norland.
The parties have discussed the need to deepen cooperation between the two countries in the fields of defense and security, international security and Georgia's contribution to maintain it.
The meeting members have stressed that the further deepening of cooperation in defense and security was an important factor not only for the security of Georgia and its Euro-Atlantic integration, but also for the regional stability. They have also considered such important foreign policy issues as the Geneva consultations and the Georgian-Russian relations.
Recall, Second Deputy Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Eric Rubin met with the Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili, Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze and Secretary of National Security Council of Georgia Giga Bokeria on Tuesday in Tbilisi, the press service of the U.S. Embassy in Georgia reported.
Eric Rubin arrived in Georgia on Tuesday night. On Friday, he intends to take part in the meeting of the Working Group on Defense and Security, established under the Charter on Strategic Partnership between Georgia and the U.S.