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President of Georgia awarded Biden with St. George’s Order2009-07-23 10:33
At yesterday's dinner, held in the presidential residence, Mikheil Saakashvili awarded the U.S. Vice-President Biden with St. George's Order - Georgia Times reporter.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Saakashvili thanked Barack Obama, Joseph Biden and all the U.S. administration for all the support they rendered and still render to Georgia, especially in the August of 2008.
Mikheil Saakashvili underlined that most part of the Georgian territories remains "occupied" and the Russian troops are allegedly 40 kilometers away from Tbilisi.
The Georgian leader promised to continue "the struggle with imperialism" and to do everything to restore the territorial integrity peacefully.
Biden's airplane landed in Tbilisi airport yesterday at 6: 25 p.m. [local time]. The guest was met by Nika Gilauri, the PM, David Bakradze, the Speaker, Giga Bokeria, the deputy Foreign Minister, and John Tefft, the U.S. ambassador to Georgia.
The U.S. Vice President is accompanied by a special delegation, including the U.S. administration representatives and a group of American journalists. Extraordinary security measures are taken.