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Tbilisi withholds comments on ABM radar2011-02-08 17:53
Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia David Dzhalagania underlined the prematureness of comments on ABM, Civil.ge reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This initiative has been voiced recently. That's why I cannot state for sure that Georgia has formed some definite position on the matter. This is a definite initiative, which is very interesting in its essence and is worth of attention from the standpoint of regional security and stability. I consider any comments on the matter to be premature", - Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia David Dzhalagania stated, commenting on the proposal made by four American Republican senators on the possibility of locating an anti-ballistic missile radar (ABM) in Georgia.
Let us remind you that last week, four American senators from the Republican Party called on Obama's administration to consider the possibility of locating an ABM radar in Georgia.
In a joined letter addressed to American Minister of Defense Robert Gates, the senators say that this opportunity should be viewed if Turkey sets forth a condition for locating the radar in its territory that the information collected by the radar is not communicated to Israel.