The Embassy of Georgia to the U.S. hosted a reception for the Rumsfeld Foundation's Central Asia and Caucasus Fellows

Ambassador David Bakradze welcomed the Rumsfeld Foundation fellows and officials, discussed briefly Georgia's foreign policy priorities, and thanked the Foundation for its efforts in educating young leaders from the region.
The Rumsfeld Central Asia and Caucasus Fellowship is a joint venture with Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program and Caucasus Institute (CACI), which brings together talented professionals from across South Caucasus and Central Asia. The six week-long program of the fellowship consists of a series of high-level meetings with top policy-makers, business leaders, journalists, academics, military personnel, non-governmental organizations and regional experts, exposing the fellows to inside perspectives on how the U.S. public and private sectors work.