June 6 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton enjoys a night of wine tasting and folk dances during her trip to Georgia. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton enjoyed a cultural evening on Tuesday (June 5) during the second night of her visit to Georgia on the tour of the Southern Caucasus. She was accompanied by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and members of the two delegations. Clinton enjoyed a wine tasting session and watched a performance of traditional folk dancers on a central square before going on a sightseeing tour of old and new buildings in Batumi. Earlier during this visit of the Black Sea resort of Batumi, Clinton made clear the United States hopes to see democracy strengthened after Saakashvili's two terms as president end next year. Clinton travels to Azerbaijan on Wednesday (June 6) and will end her trip in Istanbul on June 7, speaking at a counterterrorism forum and holding talks with Turkish officials on Syria.