Head of State Security Service of Georgia is Paying an Official Visit to the USA

Published in Politics
Monday, 20 March 2017 11:30
Vakhtang Gomelauri, Head of State Security Service of Georgia is paying an official visit to Washington DC, USA. Meetings with senior officials at CIA and FBI are planned in the scope of the visit. The talks will cover co-operation issues between security agencies of the countries and Georgia-US strategic partnership.

Japan PM: 'I have great confidence in Trump'

Published in Politics
Friday, 18 November 2016 12:00

Japan's PM Shinzo Abe has said he has "great confidence" in US President-elect Donald Trump and he believes they can build a relationship of trust. Mr Abe described the 90-minute meeting in Trump Tower, New York, as "candid", with a "warm atmosphere".
Some of Mr Trump's campaign rhetoric cast doubt over long-standing US alliances, including with Japan. The meeting was Mr Trump's first face-to-face with a world leader since winning the presidential election.
The US and Japan have been key allies since the end of World War Two, when the US helped Japan rebuild its economy. The president-elect has vowed to scrap the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which Mr Abe strenuously supports as a means of countering China's growing economic strength.
The deal was approved by the Japanese parliament, despite the likelihood that the deal will be cancelled when Mr Trump takes office. Mr Trump has also said Japan needs to pay more to maintain US troops on its soil, and has floated the idea that Japan and South Korea should develop their own nuclear weapons to counter the threat from North Korean missiles. The meeting was reportedly arranged when Mr Abe rang the president-elect to congratulate him, mentioning that he would be passing through New York on the way to an Asia-Pacific trade summit in Peru.
Speaking after the meeting, Mr Abe said: "We were able to have a very candid talk over a substantial amount of time. We held it in a very warm atmosphere.
"I do believe that without confidence between the two nations the alliance would never function in the future and as the outcome of today's discussion I am convinced Mr Trump is a leader in whom I can have great confidence in."

USA to allocate 63 million US dollars for Georgia

Published in Economics
Monday, 22 February 2016 15:49

U.S. Department of State to allocate 63 million US dollars for Georgia. According to the budgetary documents, the amount will promote democratization, Euro-Atlantic integration and economic development of Georgia. This budget will promote to Russian aggression.
The financial aid will be aimed at enlargement of energetic and economic possibilities for the population that tend to Russia’s influence. 

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