TBILISI, DFWatch –The U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton will visit Georgia June 5.
Clinton starts her South Caucasus tour on June 4 in Armenia. After visiting Georgia, she will leave for Azerbaijan June 6, according to the U.S. embassy in Tbilisi.
During the stay in Georgia, the Secretary of State will open a plenary session of the U.S.-Georgia Strategic Partnership Commission in Batumi.
Apart from that, she will have meetings with President Mikheil Saakashvili and other politicians, as well as representatives of civil society.
Yesterday, official web site of U.S. State Department published a letter from Hilary Clinton addressed to the Georgian people, congratulating them with Independence Day, which is on May 26.
“In a few days I will have the chance to visit Batumi to experience the warmth of the Georgian people and reaffirm our commitment to Georgia’s future. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of U.S.-Georgian bilateral relations. Since regaining its independence, Georgia has made impressive progress fighting corruption, developing modern state institutions, and enhancing global security.”