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Vershbow: there will be no missile defense shield in non-members of NATO2009-10-20 14:52
The United States does not intend to place any elements of a revised missile defense system within non-NATO members, . Assistant Secretary of Defence Alexander Vershbow said.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We are not consulting with any non-NATO countries and we do not envisage the placement of elements of our new architecture on the territory of non-NATO member states," he stated - Reuters.
Currently Alexander Vershbow is staying in Georgia with an official visit.
Yesterday Alexander Nalbandov, the deputy Foreign Minster of Georgia stated that Tbilisi was ready to consider the possibility of U.S. missile defense objects deployment in the territory of Georgia in case the due request from the USA would come. At the same time he admitted "currently this request from the USA side doesn't exist".
Last week, in the course of her visit to Moscow, in the air of the Echo of Moscow radio Hillary Clinton said Washington saw no reason to deploy missile defense objects in the territory of Georgia.