Joint Statement on Tbilisi Pride decision to postpone “March of Dignity” (June 22)

Joint Statement on Tbilisi Pride decision to postpone “March of Dignity” (June 22)   We welcome the decision by the organizers of Tbilisi Pride to postpone the “March of Dignity” planned for 22 June 2019. Participation in peaceful demonstrations of this sort is an expression of every person’s fundamental human right to freedom of expression …

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Statement on the Fourth Wave of Judicial Reform (June 13)

Statement on the Fourth Wave of Judicial Reform (June 13) The U.S. Embassy and the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia welcome the final draft legislation on the “fourth wave” of judicial reforms as a result of a broad consensus achieved in the working group composed of different actors, including the international community, civil …

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Joint Declaration on the U.S. – Georgia Strategic Partnership (June 11)

Joint Declaration on the U.S. – Georgia Strategic Partnership (June 11)   Today, on June 11, 2019, and in recognition of the 10th anniversary of our Charter on Strategic Partnership, the United States and Georgia reaffirm our commitment to the U.S. – Georgia strategic partnership and the core principles of our friendship. Since 2009, the …

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NATO’s LANDCOM signs letter of cooperation with Georgia Defence Forces (March 29)

NATO’s LANDCOM signs letter of cooperation with Georgia Defence Forces (March 29)   TBILISI, Georgia – U.S. Army Lt. Gen. John Thomson, Commander of NATO Allied Land Command (LANDCOM), and Georgian Army Col. Nikoloz Janjgava, First Deputy of Georgia Defence Forces (GDF), signed a letter of cooperation at the NATO-Georgia Joint Training and Evaluation Centre …

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Human Rights Report for 2018

Human Rights Report for 2018 Preface The United States was founded on the premise that all persons “are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Our Constitution secures these unalienable rights by proclaiming in the First Amendment that …

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