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Thomas Melia to visit Georgia in the framework of regional tour2012-12-12 13:15
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Thomas Melia intends to visit Georgia in the framework of a regional tour on December 12-13. According to the News-Georgia, this was announced by the press service of the U.S. Embassy on Wednesday, December 12.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the tour Thomas Melia is accompanied by representative of the Department of Justice Catherine Newcomb. During the visit to Georgia Thomas Melia and Catherine Newcomb will hold meetings with government officials, the media and representatives of civil society.
"The United States strongly support the democratic development of Georgia, which approaches it to the implementation of the Euro-Atlantic aspirations", the report says.
In the framework of regional tour Thomas Melia and Catherine Newcomb also intend to visit Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Last time Thomas Melia visited Georgia in September this year. He headed the U.S. interagency delegation visiting the country on the eve of the parliamentary elections on October 1.
As recalled by the IA Regnum, after the parliamentary elections on October 1, 2012, and approval of the new government Georgia has already been visited by four delegations of the U.S. administration. In November and December Georgia was visited by the extraordinary ambassador for women's global issues Melan Verveer, Deputy Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon, the second deputy secretary of state for European and Eurasian Affairs Eric Rubin and Second Deputy Secretary of State for public diplomacy and public affairs Bei Feng.