Margvelashvili discusses Georgia's accession to NATO with US senators
Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili stressed the role of Georgia as the strategic partner of the United States in the Caucasus following his meeting with an official delegation led by senator John McCain in Tbilisi.
Kvirikashvili met McCain as well as senators Amy Klobuchar and Lindsey Graham at the Administration of the Government of Georgia within the ongoing visit of the US Senate politicians to Tbilisi.
The occasion included discussion on matters of relations between the two countries, with with Georgia's PM noting Georgia's commitment to the US-Georgia partnership.
"We will continue to do everything we can to support the total independence and freedom, and territorial integrity of the country of Georgia," senator McCain said while commenting to local media.
During the meeting issues concerning enhanced strategic partnership, economic cooperation as well as situation in the region and near the occupation line were touched upon. Georgian president thanked the senators for supporting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia and noted that Georgia expected greater support and cooperation with the Untied States," Sputnik reports.
The delegation arrived in Georgia on January 1.