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Georgia: the USA doesn’t intend to recognize independency of Abkhazia and South Ossetia2010-02-01 12:22
Georgia supports principles of European security policy, presented by Hillary Clinton. The U.S. Secretary of State, in the course of her speech in Paris on January 29th - Press and Information Department of the Foreign Ministry.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Clinton highlighted that the European policy is the cornerstone of foreign policy and security policy of the USA? And it's not only strategic interest, but value for America.
Tbilisi highlights the fact the State Secretary called sovereignty and territorial integrity the chief principle of cooperation in security sphere.
"The United States supports new European democracies seeking to chart their own political futures, free from external intimidation or aggression. In this context, the United States calls on Russia to honor the terms of its ceasefire agreement with Georgia, and refuses to recognize Russia's claims of independence for Abkhazia and South Ossetia," the statement says.
According to the Ministry, Clinton highlighted the August war was a great tragedy, and Russia's actions created additional obstacles to reaching full-fledged security.
The USA believe that expansion of the EU and NATO won't only make no threat to Russia, but rather reinforce it, Tbilisi states, and mentions that Clinton noted the importance reinforcement of role of other international organisations, including OSCE, in spheres like security, economy, environment protection and human rights.
"The US Secretary of State affirmed the Obama Administration's approval of the progress achieved in relations with Russia on a range of matters, however, she emphasized that the United States still has some differences with Russia, which it will try to resolve in a constructive manner," the statement says.