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Saakashvili pierces a window to the USA via Columbia2010-08-03 16:13
Even before the arrival of Mikheil Saakashvili to Columbia Georgian politicians found topics for talks - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Georgian leader's visit and his participation in the inauguration of the new President is seen as a big step towards the USA, as Columbia is one of closest to the U.S. among Latin American countries.
"Columbia is one of the closest to the USA countries of Latin America, and we also have a strategic partnership with the United States," David Darchiashvili, the chairman of the committee for European Integration explained.
To be closer to the American society Georgia finds much in common with Columbia in regard of structure. This republic also struggles with corruption, crime, and separatism.
"Except for the leaders of two countries - others are just ludicrous formations, be it Hamas or Nauru, the rest of the world follows the policy of non-recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and Columbia is no exception. But it's very important for us to have development of right communications and partnership with Latin America, one of a very serious regions," Dachiashvili said.