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Clinton: USA to help Georgia2009-10-14 13:02
"We will help the Georgian people to feel like they can protect themselves," said U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and in this way mentioned that Tbilisi can count on military aid from Washington - AFP.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously Georgia Times reported that Hillary Clinton stated she had no reasons to think that elements of the missile defense system would be deployed in Georgia.
She confirmed the United States was interested in cooperation with Russia on missile defense. "We are very interested in working with Russia to develop cooperation, including a joint threat assessment and intensified efforts to establish a joint data exchange center, as our presidents agreed to in July, as a means of making missile defense a common enterprise against what we believe are increasingly common threats," she said.