A Delegation of U.S congressmen to visit Georgia

The U.S. delegation consisting of U.S. congressmen will arrive in Tbilisi August 1.

The Georgian Parliament told trend that the meeting will begin August 2. Members of the delegation will meet with representatives of the U.S. embassy, members of the parliamentary majority and the minority. Moreover, guests will be received by State Minister for European Integration Giorgi Baramidze, First Deputy Foreign Minister Giga Bokeria, Security Council Secretary Eka Tkeshelashvili, Speaker of the Parliament Davit Bakradze, State Minister for Reintegration Temur Yakobashvili, advisor to Prime Minister Vakhtang Lezhava, Deputy Minister of Justice Tina Burdzhaliani, Deputy Interior Minister Eka Zguladze, Education Minister Dmitri Shashkin and Vice Defense Minister Nikoloz Vashakidze and Nodar Kharshiladze.

Members of the delegation will also meet with representatives of NGOs, non-parliamentary opposition, head of the EU monitoring mission Hansjorg Haber. They will visit Kakheti, refugee-populated villages, Mtskhet, examine the occupation and other museums.

The delegation consists of Miguel Mendoza – Chief Legislative Assistant for Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, Stephen Martinko – Legislative Director of Congressman Bill Shuster, Marianne Maguaer – an official and political adviser, Justin Harlem – legislative assistant for Congresswoman Allison Schwartz, Aneta May Baker – legislative assistant for Congressman Rosca Barleta, Erin Ryan, legislative advisor to Congressman Jacques Speyer.

The delegation will leave Georgia August 7.

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