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Biden urged East European countries favor stability of Georgia2009-10-23 10:54
East European countries should help Georgia, Moldavia, and Ukraine to establish democracy and create conditions to develop strong market economy, said U.S. Vice President Joe Biden - AFP.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The example you set 20 years ago inspired the world," Biden said in his address at Bucharest University.
"The leadership you exert over the next 20 years can do even more: encouraging, supporting and consolidating young democracies.
"In Eastern Europe, there are countries still struggling to establish fully functioning democracies and vibrant market economies. You can help guide Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine along the path to stability and prosperity."
There was also "much work to be done in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus," Biden said.
"Destroying old oppressive regimes is easier than building new flourishing democracies", he said.