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Obama appraised reforms in Georgia2010-04-08 13:17
Barack Obama, the U.S. President, appraised reforms conducted by his Georgian counterpart Mikheil Saakashvili, announced presidential speaker Manana Manjgaladze, at yesterday's briefing. On April 6th the two leaders talked over the phone.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"President Obama thanked President Saakashvili for Georgia's exceptional commitment of troops to the international effort in Afghanistan. He stressed the pivotal importance of the new Georgian deployment to securing peace and stability in Afghanistan", the message at the official site of the president says.
The heads of states discussed issues of regional security. President Obama reiterated his strong support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Saakashvili thanked Obama for America's continued assistance in helping to build an enduring liberal democracy in Georgia.