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Survey: Georgians don’t want to help the U.S. in Afghanistan2010-02-01 16:27
Citizens of Georgia don't approve of the initiative of President Saakashvili, who proposed the USA to use the country's territory for operation against Taliban in Afghanistan, the results of the survey, conducted with Georgians, say - the VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Out of 706 respondents 89.66 were against; only 9.49 were for; the rest found difficulty answering.
Previously Georgia Times reported that several days ago President Saakashvili offered the USA to use territory of Georgia for transportation of armaments and supplies to Afghanistan
Saakashvili is quoted in an interview with Associated Press as outlining a proposal to develop a corridor for the shipment of armaments across Georgia and Central Asia to Afghanistan.
U.S. Defense Department is aware of Saakashvili's willingness, but his proposal hasn't been considered in detail.
The Georgian leader is sure that implementation of his ideas wouldn't irk Moscow, since Russia is also interested in success of anti-terrorist operation in Afghanistan.