The US-Georgia strategic partnership and bipartisan support are at the highest level, - Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said at the opening of the Georgia-US Strategic Partnership Conference in Washington.
According to the head of government, the bilateral cooperation has been geographically and economically deepened and expanded during the 10 years of strategic partnership.
"Georgia was honored to host US Vice President Mike Pence and President’s Security Adviser John Bolton. Both events were very important in terms of advancing the strategic partnership and bilateral relations between the US and Georgia.
We were able to see at these and other meetings what our partners expect from us and how valuable our contribution to overall security is”, the PM said.
Mamuka Bakhtadze thanked the White House and Congress for recognizing Georgia’s needs, which is reflected in more cooperation in ensuring our peace and stability.
The Prime Minister also focused on the National Defense Act adopted by the US Congress, which supports Georgia's sovereignty and security and thanked the American friends for this.