Philip Reeker: Georgia remains the key strategic partner for the Biden-Harris administration in the South Caucasus, and the crucial partner in the Black Sea region

Georgia remains the key strategic partner for the Biden-Harris administration in South Caucasus, and the crucial partner in the Black Sea region, - stated Acting Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Philip Reeker at a press conference at the Student Youth Center.

According to Reeker, the main purpose of the visit is to ensure Georgia's success as a developed, secure and democratic country, for which the April 19 agreement is very important.

As Reeker noted, he will continue the meetings in Georgia and then travel to Baku and Yerevan, after which he'll return to Georgia for a certain time.

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