Large-scale combat readiness check kicks off in East SiberiaMilitary & Defense July 24, 11:47
Russia's new advanced corvette to take part in Sea Cup-2017Military & Defense July 24, 10:30
Russian first 3D printed satellite to go into spaceScience & Space July 24, 10:19
Kyrgyzstan was threatened with missiles for hosting US airbase, president saysWorld July 24, 9:56
IMF confirms recovery of Russia's economy in 2017Business & Economy July 24, 8:47
Russian Interior Ministry to control 13 more new psychotropics, drug-containing plantSociety & Culture July 24, 2:54
MAKS-2017 airshow yields contracts to over $6bln - Russian ministry of industry and tradeBusiness & Economy July 23, 23:48
Russian consumer rights watchdog chief names cities with highest HIV ratesSociety & Culture July 23, 21:41
Serbian filmmaker Kustirica says Crimea’s reunification with Russia is natural processSociety & Culture July 23, 21:40
TBILISI, October 25 (Itar-Tass) — Georgia will continue integrating into Euro-Atlantic structures and developing strategic cooperation with the United States, candidate to premiership Bidzina Ivanishvili said.
Speaking at Thursday’s parliament session in Kutaisi, Ivanishvili said, “Georgia’s strive for EU membership, Euro-Atlantic integration and integration into NATO are the priorities of the new government.”
According to Ivanishvili, “relations with the United States, the main ally of Georgia, will be held within the U.S.-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership [the Charter was signed in January 2009].”
The government’s important task “is to restore Georgia’s territorial integrity and the peaceful unification of the country in order to find ways for a dialogue with Abkhazs and Ossets. Georgia also seek to normalise relations with Russia”, the candidate to Georgia’s premiership said.