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TBILISI, December 05. /ITAR-TASS/. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry “will visit Georgia no later than spring 2014," Georgian ambassador in Washington Archil Gegeshidze has said.
According to him, “there is every reason” for “the further development of strategic partnership” between the United States and Georgia, as well as for the beginning of “a qualitatively new stage” in this co-operation.
Georgia’s Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze held a meeting with John Kerry in Brussels on December 3. According to the Georgian foreign minister, the sides discussed the “entire spectrum of bilateral relations, as well as the state of Georgia’s interaction with the Russian Federation.” “We talked about the positive steps that Tbilisi has taken towards Moscow, on the two countries’ dialogue, the actions of the Russian Federation towards the republic,” Panjikidze said. According to her, the U.S. secretary of state considers “Tbilisi’s balanced policy towards Russia as a right and measured strategy.