Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia and the National Security Advisor to the President of the United States Robert O'Brien have spoken on the phone, discussing the issues of strategic partnership, Russian illegal actions in Georgia and the upcoming, October 31 parliamentary elections in the country.
Gakharia welcomed the recent peace deal in the Middle East reached under the US leadership. He also stated that considering geostrategic interests and common values, Georgia is a reliable partner and the main ally of the United States in the wider Black Sea Region,” the government of Georgia press office reported earlier today.
The officials discussed the process of Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic integration and the importance of further deepening cooperation between the United States and Georgia in both security and economic fields, said the government’s press office.
Special attention was paid to Russia’s occupation activities in Georgia and the situation on the ground,” said the government’s press office.
Gakharia and O'Brien both stressed the importance of holding free, fair, and democratic parliamentary elections in Georgia in October.
Gakharia invited O'Brien to Georgia.