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Shevarnadze: deployment of U.S. military base in Georgia is unreasonable2009-09-28 10:49
Eduard Shevarnadze, the ex-President of Georgia, regards deployment of U.S. military bases in the territory of the country unreasonable - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Georgia shouldn't deploy U.S. military bases in the country. I believe that their deployment won't solve country's problems and won't give anything to Georgia".
The authorities of Georgia has made no official; statements so far.
A few days ago Georgian mass media reported the U.S. can deploy military bases in the country. According to their data, a group of Republican Congressmen and ex-Vice President Dick Cheney are dealing with the project.
The unnamed source added the project would be worked out in the next year, in 2011 - presented for the Congress' consideration. In case it approved, the construction would begin in 2014, and would finish in a year.
It was mentioned the project implies deployment of 25 000 American soldiers and officers in two ground and one marine military bases.