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Saakashvili is on official visit to USA2013-05-15 12:34
President of Georgia is currently visiting the United States. According to the administration of the Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili has met with one of the presidential candidates in the election in 2016, Senator Marco Rubio, the Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
During the meeting the sides discussed Georgia's place in the political process and the bilateral relations in the framework of the Charter of the geopolitical cooperation. Rubio and Saakashvili stressed the importance of the continuation of democratic processes in Georgia and its aspirations into NATO, as well as support from the U.S. along the way. At the meeting it was stressed once again that Georgia would become NATO member.
Rubio said that Georgia has made "significant progress" on this way, and the new government should continue this trend. He once again supported Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Meanwhile, as reported by the Tbilisi Week, Mikheil Saakashvili has advised the Premiere Bidzina Ivanishvili to make more official visits, as he did himself.
"I am concerned over the vacuum in the international relations. When we came to power, in the first three months I paid visits to the United States, England, France, Germany, Russia. The new government, in addition to neighboring countries, does not pay any serious bilateral visits," Saakashvili said. According to him, during his visit to Poland, he asked the Polish government to invite the Prime Minister of Georgia on a visit.