“Obviously, this is a law based on the interests of Russia, not the interests of Georgia. We think it is in the interests of Georgia to work more studiously in the direction of Euro-Atlantic integration, this law does not do that,” said US Assistant Secretary of State Todd Robinson while commenting on the draft law on agents.
According to him, the adoption of the said bill is not right for Georgia.
“We think it’s in Georgia’s interest to work more closely towards Euro-Atlantic integration. This law doesn’t do that. We don’t think it’s the right thing for Georgia. More importantly, Georgians don’t think it’s the right thing for Georgia. And we will keep working with our partners in the government of Georgia to make sure that we’re working towards what is their priority, which is Euro Atlantic integration.
“What I know is that it’s not working for Georgia. It’s not working towards what Georgians want, which is Euro-Atlantic integration. We are helping, we are here to help Georgia towards its ambition, which is Euro-Atlantic integration, and that’s what we’re going to continue to do,” said Todd Robinson.