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U.S. Senator for re-arming Georgia2009-12-23 14:33
U.S. Senator [Republican] called on the U.S. President's administration and European allies to consider the issue of re-arming Georgia. Lugar's report, released on Tuesday, warns that Georgia's military vulnerability could lead to further instability in the Caucasus amid continuing tensions between Georgia and Russia. It urges the administration to coordinate a strategy within NATO that strikes a balance between Georgia's security needs and NATO's relationship with Russia- Rustavi-2.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Alliance must come to grips with the reality that Georgia will require coordinated security support from America and European nations for some years to come," Lugar added.
This summer in Washington Senator Lugar held meeting s with David Sikharulidze, President't advisor for foreign relations, the ex-Minister of defense of Georgia. The sides discussed the obligations implied by the Charter of strategic partnership, signed by Georgia and the USA and implying military cooperation.