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Saakashvili discussed Georgian-American relations with the U.S. Vice President2010-04-15 12:44
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, held a meeting with the U.S. Vice president Joseph Biden. The sides discussed a wide range of Georgian-American relations in the framework of Charter on strategic partnership, signed in January 2009 - Trend.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Most attention was drawn to the situation in Abkhazia and south Ossetia, threats Georgia faces, current reforms, situation before elections and ensuring conduction of democratic and just elections and other pressing issues.
Biden again thanked Georgia for sending military contingent to Afghanistan and struggle with international terrorism.
Saakashvili also met with Senator Richard Lugar.
Previously the Georgian leader delivered a speech at the nuclear Security Summit and promised Tbilisi would participate actively in decreasing global threats. Due to efforts of the world community a number of incidents were prevented but, according t the President, conflict territories, where international monitoring isn't conducted, remain.