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Legislative Initiatives

The United States and Georgia established diplomatic relations in 1992 following Georgia’s independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Since 1991, Georgia has made impressive progress fighting corruption, developing modern state institutions, and enhancing global security. The US unwavering support and commitment to Georgia is reflected in a number of Resolutions and Bills adopted by the US Congress. Documents initiated and adopted by Congress on Georgia covers wide range of issues, such as: recognition of Russian occupation of Georgia’s Territories – Abkhazia and Tkhinvali Region/South Ossetia; supporting Georgia’s territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders; Russian aggression; conflict resolution in Georgia; supporting NATO Membership Action Plan for Georgia; Georgia’s Presidential Elections; 2003 Rose Revolution; US-Georgia Relations; Energy Security in the Region; US-Georgia Free Trade Agreement (FTA); Combating International Terrorism, etc.