US and Georgia agree to continue pressure on Russia

According to a written statement from the White House, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met with Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili.

During the meeting, it was stated that Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic integration was supported by both countries, while the reforms carried out by Georgia for the European Union (EU) membership process were discussed.

At the meeting, in which the US expressed its satisfaction with the withdrawal of the controversial “foreign agent” bill in Georgia, Russia’s attacks on Ukraine were also discussed.

In the meeting, it was stated that the parties agreed that economic sanctions against Russia should continue and that the country should continue to feel the pressure of these sanctions, while “Russian President Vladimir Putin should be held responsible for the war in Ukraine.” statements were included.

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