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The USA will keep supporting Georgia after Obama takes office2008-11-05 14:25
When the new US president takes office, the USA will keep supporting Georgia, announced to у «Georgia Hot News» Stephan Gice, the press and information attaché of the US embassy in Georgia. He and other US citizens in Georgia, watched the elections in the Courtyard Marriott hotel.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Gice, during their campaign both candidates clearly stared their support to Georgia. «Both Obama and McCain are advocates of Georgia. I think, they'll keep supporting Georgia. In the times when the issue of including Georgia in the program of becoming a NATO member, both senators (McCain and Obama) supported Georgia », - the attaché stated.
According to him, the main «battlefields» were Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio and especially Pennsylvania.
«When the news came that Pennsylvania voted for Obama, his victory became obvious», - Gice noticed.