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Yakobashvili thanked Obama for support2009-07-08 20:33
Georgian State Minister for Reintegration Temur Yakobashvili believes the visit of US President Barack Obama to Moscow has been another confirmation that the States don't favor "the Kremlin's attempts to change the world order, European borders and subdue other states".gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The USA are against Russia's attempts to change leaders of this or that state at its sole discretion or oppose their membership in any military bloc. Most importantly the USA have displayed unconditional support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity which is essential at this stage", - the minister told journalists today at the meeting in State Chancellery.
As Georgia Times reported during his visit to Moscow US President Barack Obama called for preservation of Georgia's territorial integrity but opposed its military restoration.
Remarkably this phrase is interpreted as "a signal to Tbilisi" in Russia. According to Konstantin Kosachev chairing Russian State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee, the US stand on August events in the Caucasus is changing in favor of Russia.
The deputy is convinced President Barack Obama understands how premature conclusions on the August 2008 military operation in the Caucasus were. "Dynamics show our rightness is confirmed, not Georgia's position expressed in 2008", - Kosachev remarked.