Presidential Administration Statement

President Saakashvili will travel to the United States for an Oval Office meeting with President Obama on Monday, January 30, during an official White House visit.

The two leaders will discuss a broad range of issues, from the deepening cooperation between Georgia and the United States to their common approach to international security challenges.
In the two decades since Georgia gained independence, U.S. support has been crucial for Georgia's sovereignty, its democratic transformation, its economic development, and its progress towards NATO membership.
President Saakashvili will stress the importance of the strategic partnership between the two countries. He will propose ways to enhance cooperation in the context of the US-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership—signed in January 2009—focusing on defense and security, democratic reforms, economic relations, trade and energy, and people-to-people and cultural exchanges. 


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