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Senators checking “reload”2011-04-21 11:43
American senators decided to make a tour of the East-European countries to while sorrow about the state budget deficit. While the overseas politicians were struggling with the United States' domestic problems, they forgot about the states, which, in Washington's opinion, fall within the
therange of America's influence. A visit to Georgia and familiarization with its inner regulations will help them see better into the situation and find out whether the notorious "reload" is lulling Russia. Otherwise, the Senate is going to actively lobby the ABM systems location in Sakartvelo territory.
American Republican party is sick and tired of the debates with President Barack Obama. The stubborn democrat is trying to make friends with everyone in the world, showing liberality even in the eternal tough foreign policy issues in respect of the Russian Federation. The reload started by Hillary Clinton and Sergey Lavrov became a real burden for the senators. They had to approve of the SNV-3 treaty, assist Russia's entrance in WTO and promise to cancel the Jackson-Vanik amendment.
To regain former positions, the Republicans set on a journey around East-European countries. Naturally, a visit to Georgia is of higher priority. The senators are going to visit the villages bordering the conflict zone, as the Americans put it diplomatically. If they think that Mikhail Saakashvili and his people are seriously endangered and the "reload" policy will have no effect, they will have to defend the Caucasian republic by all means available to the U.S.
A day has hardly passed when the head of the American senators' delegation John Kyl stated after examining the villages bordering Abkhazia and South Ossetia that all the efforts of the American political society will be directed at supporting the young democratic country Georgia all through the way of its development.