The US needs to consider a review of financial aid to Georgia

The US does not rule out reviewing financial aid to Georgia in response to the adoption of problematic laws in that country, as announced by Matthew Miller, a representative of the US State Department.

"It's about the amount of aid to Georgia, about 390 million, which has been budgeted for the last few years and is under discussion," Miller said. Every year, the USA directs that package to strengthen Georgia's defense and democratic institutions, economic development, and support for the country's political society. Along with reviewing financial aid, Washington has started working on visa restrictions for the Georgian leadership and their family members. "We are currently studying how and when to implement them," Miller emphasized.