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Georgia won’t be an obstacle for relations of Russia and the USA2010-06-23 12:46
According to high ranks from the White House, discords around Georgia must not impede the USA and Russia to cooperate in spheres of mutual interest - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Ben Rhodes, Obama's deputy national security adviser , admitted the USA supports the sovereignty of the republic, but even such discords must not impede the bilateral cooperation.
Michael MsFaul, the U.S President's special adviser, highlighted that Obama's administration intends to discuss situation around South Ossetia and Abkhazia with Moscow further, with the aim to persuade the Russian authorities to withdraw troops.
Russia recognized the independency of South Ossetia, as well as Abkhazia, on August 26th 2008. On August 8th 2008 Georgian troops entered Tskhinval, the South Ossetian capital, the 5-day August war ensued. Over 200 civilians and peacemakers were killed. Russia entered its troops in the conflict zone and conducted a "peace enforcement" operation.