According to Unian, US Secretary General John Kerry arrived to Tbilisi on Wednesday, July 6. He plans to hold several meetings with Georgian officials. He is also going to sign the new security cooperation agreement with Georgian Prime Minister Georgy Kvirikashvili.
The new agreement will expand U.S.-Georgian security cooperation, giving Georgia access to additional American equipment, training and intelligence with an eye to protecting its borders from future potential encroachment. It will also modernize Georgia's security forces and allow it to more fully integrate with NATO missions.
The American official that travels with Kerry said that these visits are aimed at showing US support to Ukraine and Georgia in the security field, but suggested that Moscow should take note.