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Download the original attachment Saakashvili: Obama supports Georgia at meeting in Kremlin2009-07-07 12:28
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili considers the USA's attitude to Georgia as "unconditional support". This is what the Georgian leader said commenting on US President Barack Obama's statement at the joint press conference in the Kremlin with his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev on Monday, News Georgia writes.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The American president said he and his Russian colleague had discussed the areas where two countries still disagreed.
"For instance, we had a frank discussion...on Georgia, and I reiterated my firm belief that Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity must be respected...No one has an interest in renewed military conflict. We must resolve differences. President Medvedev and I are committed to leaving behind the rivalry of the past so that we can advance the interests that we hold in common", - Obama said.
According to Saakashvili "Georgia's territorial integrity is one of the major issues the USA and Russia have differences on. This is where the USA express unconditional support for Georgia". Georgian president's statement from Vilnius where he is attending festivities in honor of Lithuania's 1000th anniversary was broadcast on Georgian TV.