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Shevardnadze against American bases in Georgia2010-04-12 18:14
Eduard Shevardnadze, the ex-President of Georgia, believes there must be no American military bases in the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Commenting messages on a number o mass media on their possible appearance he mentioned "it would be criminal to deploy American troops in Georgia".
"It must not happen," he said.
The VZGLYAD notes that American military instructors, training local soldiers, appeared in Georgia in the times of Shevardnadze's rule. The ex-President is also against participation of Georgian military in operation in Afghanistan, where several days ago 750 peacemakers from Georgia were sent.