Geocase organized a virtual discussion - ‘The US Election Result and its Impact on the US-Georgia Future Strategic Partnership’. Mr. Victor Kipiani, the Chairman of Geocase was a moderator of the online discussion.
Mr. Victor Kipiani, the Chairman of Geocase spoke about possible shifts in foreign relations and multilateral initiatives.
Mr. Victor Kipiani underlined: ‘What is clear to me is that we all, as mentioned, are to prepare for generational efforts for a new containment policy – region – wise, and new game rules – worldwide’.
Within the virtual meeting Mr. Richard Weitz, Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at Hudson Institute, Mr. James Jay Carafano, Vice President of The Heritage Foundation and Dr. Khatuna Burkadze, a research fellow at Geocase spoke about external and internal dimensions of the US election results.
Dr. Khatuna Burkadze highlighted: ‘First, the United States is a strong supporter of Georgia’s territorial integrity and political independence. Second, the US supports to strengthen democracy in Georgia. Third, the United States and Georgia intend to expand the scope of their defense and security cooperation. Fourth, the United States facilitates the integration of Georgia into the global economy’.
‘Overall, multi-dimensional co-operation with the United States will assist Georgia to achieve its greater goals on its Euro-Atlantic path and enhance our strategic relations,’ Dr. Khatuna Burkadze added.
See online discussion live “The US Election Result and its Impact on the US-Georgia Future Strategic Partnership”: https://bit.ly/32Uxnf4