The US Secretary of State John Kerry said he intends to visit Georgia, probably in June, reported Sputnik news agency March 16.
During a joint briefing with Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze in Washington DC, Kerry said Georgia is a friend of the US, adding that the US wants the Georgian society to believe in its support.
He also said the US supports Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, its economic development, its Euro-Atlantic path and desire for tighter integration with the US and Europe. The US also appreciates Georgia’s participation in the missions in Afghanistan and anti-terrorism activities, added Kerry.
The Georgian FM Janelidze, in turn, thanked Kerry for the support. FM Janelidze is in the US for a working visit and is holding high-level meetings.