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Today the visit of Joe Biden to Ukraine and Georgia begins2009-07-20 10:30
Joe Biden's visit to Kyiv and Tbilisi, starting today, is a signal that the USA will support sovereign democracies, and has the right to make decisions and choose allies and partners, said today Tony Blinken, Biden's national security adviser - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Our efforts to reset relations with Russia will not come at the expense of any other countries," Biden's national security adviser, Tony Blinken, said on Friday."
He made this statement the third common topic. The other two are: the desire of the USA to improve relations with countries all over the world - within the concept of many-partner world; and the revolutions in Ukraine and Georgia, which, in the USA view, the world received with admiration.
He mentioned that either revolution remains unfinished as either country faces the challenge of implementing the promises the revolutions made.
According to the adviser, Biden intends to discuss it with the leaders of Ukraine and Georgia. The USA sees flaws in Ukrainian economy and energy sphere, and Georgian democracy building.
In both countries Biden will meet not only acting, but potential leaders as well. In Georgia he will talk with President Mikheil Saakashvili, Speaker David Bakradze, opposition leaders Irakli Alasania, Nino Burjanadze, Levan Gachechildze.