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Saakashvili says Obama promised to support him2010-04-21 11:58
As GeorgiaTimes correspondent reported in Tbilisi, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili says that his American colleague Barack Obama promised to provide him with significant support. This was stated by the Georgian leader during the meeting in political school named after Kennedy in Harvard, Saakashvili's press-service reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I got strong support from President Obama not only during the nuclear summit. We had had several conversations before that, and I heard many statements of support on the part of the United States", - President of Georgia underlined.
He reminded of the fact that Georgia and the USA have signed the Charter of Strategic Partnership and that the implementation of the document began at the time of Barack Obama's administration.
"The US administration supported us on all levels. We never had so many friends and never before did we hold so many working meetings. With time, the American people got to know about the situation in Georgia; however, it also happened because the President of the United States is a very good leader who quickly responds to the events", - Saakashvili stated.
He stressed his belief in the future of the Georgian-American relationship.