Georgian Opposition Leader, Levan Khabeishvili, Secures US Support in Confrontation Against Russian Oligarchic Regime

Mazhar Abbas
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Georgian Political Leaders Discuss Challenges with U.S. Figures: Spotlight on Russian Influence

Leaders of the United National Movement (UNM), a notable political party of Georgia, are currently in Washington D.C., engaging in substantive diplomatic discussions with key U.S. political figures. The delegation includes Chairman Levan Khabeishvili, parliamentary faction leader Tina Bokuchava, Secretary of Foreign Relations Department Zurab Chiaberashvili, and Head of Foreign Relations Service Irakli Kavtaradze. The talks primarily revolve around the challenges that Georgia is grappling with, especially those linked to the Russian regime and oligarchic governance.


The Diplomatic Dialogue

According to the UNM's press service, the party leaders had the chance to share the Georgian people’s concerns associated with the Russian regime and oligarchic rule in their country during the meetings. The dialogue with key U.S. political figures, including former Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kevin Cramer, was part of the UNM delegation's visit to Washington.

Georgia's Struggle Against Russian Influence


Chairman Khabeishvili underscored the significance of unity and international partnerships in aiding the Georgian people in their battle against Russian influence. He expressed optimism that through determination, hard work, and the garnering of numerous partnerships, Georgia would eventually triumph over the Russian oligarchic regime, contributing to the well-being of the nation.

Former Vice President Mike Pence's Involvement

Notably, former Vice President Mike Pence, who participated in the discussions with the UNM delegation, is potentially set to testify against Donald Trump in his Georgia 2020 election interference trial, as reported by CNN. Pence, however, has not been considered to have a significant role in the Georgia case and has already appeared before a grand jury in special counsel Jack Smith’s probe into Trump’s alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 general election.