Georgian PM makes working visit to US
Georgia's Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze has left for the United States yesterday to hold several official meetings at the White House, according to his press service.
Bakhtadze will be hosted by the National Security Advisor to the US President John Bolton at the White House.
The meeting with the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be held on September 20.
Several meetings with US senators are also planned during the visit. Bakhtadze plans to meet with the Administrator of USAID Mark Green, the President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) Ray Washburne, the World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.
Bakhtadze will deliver a speech to participants of the 73rd General Debate at a session of the UN General Assembly on September 27 and attend the opening ceremony of the session as well, Agenda.ge reported.
The Georgian PM has also been invited to a reception organised by US President Donald Trump and his wife, which will be attended by the heads of governments attending the 73th session.
Meetings with the US business representatives, the Georgian diaspora and students living in New York are also planned during Bakhtadze’s visit to the US.