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Saakashvili: USA continues supporting Georgia2009-05-22 18:24
The USA continues Georgia's support despite Moscow's protest, stated the President of Georgia in his recent interview to "Glenn Beck", Fox News - The Izvestia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I had a few phone calls with President Obama and I have to say that, you know, we have strong support from the United States. You know, the United States has called us strategic ally in the late months of the previous administration. The new administration has confirmed it.
And I think, you know, the way this country is approached by our neighbors is that they are going to Washington and telling Washington, "OK, let's have a trade-off. Abandon this country, Georgia, and we'll give you something in exchange, maybe better access to Afghanistan." Maybe some other, you know, strategic deal or something else.
But the point here is - and I think this is clearly understood by this administration, by all of our friends in Washington - abandoning Georgia would mean, as Russians would want it, abandoning the idea of freedom in very huge part of Eurasia, of Europe," Saakashvili said. The President believes that the processes happening in the country prove the development of democracy in the country.
"What is happening in George is a great, you know, tribute what's real democracy. I think what we have is, first of all, we have a government that is pretty popular. I'm leading it. ", Mikheil Saakashvili underlined.