Georgia and Iran are going to establish a visa-free regime and to become swore friends. What a wonderful alliance! Here is an important remark - Georgia claimed that it has a friendly attitude towards any country which respects the Georgian interests, supports its independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, blah... blah... blah... But Iran is definitely an outlaw state which is, by the way, under the international sanctions. Of course for Georgia it means nothing, but what will be the US reaction on the subject, especially after the well-known military cooperation between Georgia and Iran? Particularly Georgia gets the American weapon at knockdown cost and then resells it to Iran. So our so-called "ally" is supporting the potential aggressor. I wonder if the US authorities are really don't know that Georgia is stabbing America. And if they know, why do they keep silence?