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Georgia was invited to the nuclear security summit in the USA2010-03-12 13:09
Georgia is invited to a nuclear security summit to be held in Washington on April 12th-13th, said one of the White House employees yesterday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yet he mentioned the working schedule of U.S. President Barack Obama, connected with the summit, hasn't already been officially published.
Not so long ago Mikheil Saakashvili, the Georgian leader, in his interview to Kommersant-Vlast [Russian magazine] mentioned that he had an invitation to Washington D.C. from Obama. After that Georgian mass media spread messages that in April Saakashvili will visit the American capital and meet with U.S. President Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Clinton.
About 40 countries are invited to the summit, many has already confirmed their participation. Yet the White House initially highlighted the quite limited opportunities for bilateral contacts in the course of the forum - ITAR TASS.