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USA did not support Tbilisi’s Caucasian policy2011-02-25 19:09
Today, Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper produced a report stating threats to the safety of various world regions, - Kavkazsky Uzel reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his report, Clapper underlined that "Georgia's public attempts to set up connections with various ethnic groups in the North Caucasus of Russia add to the tension".
The fact that the U.S. expressed their dissatisfaction with Tbilisi's "Caucasian policy" became known several weeks ago, when after negotiations between leaders of Georgia and the USA Mikheil Saakashvili and Barack Obama information was disseminated that Obama had warned Saakashvili about his excessive activity in the North Caucasus.
Lately, Washington has been expressing dissatisfaction with the Georgian authorities' policy more and more often. For example, during the recent video bridge with representatives of NGOs from various world countries, State Secretary Hillary Clinton pointed at the existing problems with the democracy development in Georgia.