Senior State Department Officials Briefing to Traveling Press

SPECIAL BRIEFING OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON TBILISI, GEORGIA SENIOR STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL ONE:  Good morning.  I don’t know how much any of you know about Georgia, but I’ll just start by saying it’s a young democracy, basically 20 years.  The ’90s were really a lost decade of lawlessness, so they’ve been working on their democracy for 20 years.  The ...
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Secretary Pompeo Discusses Judicial Reform with Civil Society

Secretary Pompeo sat down with civil society representatives for a candid and open conversation about judicial reform, and the role of civil society in Georgia’s development. The Secretary noted Georgia’s recent judicial reform efforts and the important role of civil society in advancing the rule of law and developing modern state institutions. However, all agreed ...
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U.S. emergency preparedness team conducts workshop with Georgians (February 28)

U.S. Emergency preparedness team conducts a workshop with Georgians (February 28) An interdisciplinary team of exercise and emergency managers and planners, geospatial and public information experts from the United States’ Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness Program were in Georgia’s capital city of Tbilisi Feb. 25-28, 2019, to conduct the first of several workshops with the ultimate goal ...
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National Security Advisor John Bolton Interview with Reuters reporter Margarita Antidze (October 26)

National Security Advisor John Bolton Interview with Reuters reporter Margarita Antidze (October 26)   Transcript of responses provided by Reuters INF TREATY The reasons that we withdrew from the INF treaty as the president has announced, I think, very clearly last Saturday and then repeated again publicly on Monday, are two. Number one is the ...
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