The exact date of the U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to Georgia has not determined yet, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary on Europe and Eurasia Eric Rubin said at the briefing in Tbilisi on Friday.
“The process is underway to schedule the visit and it will be determined on the basis of the consent of both parties,” Rubin said. “Agenda of the visit is being developed. But now we can say that Secretary of State will meet with the Georgian officials, including the heads of economic, trade and defense bodies.”
Rubin underscored during the visit it is planned to discuss future parliamentary elections in Georgia, and preparations for NATO summit in Chicago, which is scheduled to be held in May.