The United States and Georgia agree that the economic sanctions imposed in connection with the Russian attack on Ukraine should continue. The Moscow administration must continue to experience pressure.
According to the written statement of the White House, the national security adviser Jake Sullivan met with Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili.
During the meeting, it was noted that the Euro -Atlantic integration of Georgia is supported by both countries. The parties exchanged views on the reforms carried out by Georgia to start the membership process in the European Union (EU).
Sullivan expressed satisfaction with the review of the disputed bill on “foreign agents” in Georgia. The meeting also discussed the situation in Ukraine.
The parties agreed that economic sanctions against Russia should continue and that it should continue to feel the pressure of these sanctions.
“At the same time (Russian President, Vladimir) Putin must be responsible for the war in Ukraine,” the White House statement said.