On June 13, the Atlantic Council’s Patriciu Eurasia Center hosted US Ambassador to the Republic of Georgia John Bass, at the close of his three-year assignment and in the wake of Secretary of State Clinton’s visit to the South Caucasus.

Damon Wilson, executive vice president of the Atlantic Council, moderated the discussion.

With his tenure in Georgia coming to an end, Ambassador Bass offered remarks assessing the US-Georgian relationship and shared his insights drawn from serving three years as US ambassador. Against the backdrop of elections this fall, he discussed the significance of Secretary Clinton’s visit, his views on the long-term direction of US-Georgian relations, and the outlook for Georgia’s integration with Euro-Atlantic Institutions.


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