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Georgia and the USA to sign a charter on partnership in security sphere2008-12-24 12:38
Washington and Tbilisi are discussing the text of bilateral charter on partnership consolidation, similar to the one signed last week between USA and Ukraine, the US Department of State confirmed yesterday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the statement of the US Department of State Press Service, the USA and Georgia discuss the text of the new bilateral charter, which will outline their bilateral agreement to let help Georgia "advance security, democratic, and market economic reforms to strengthen Georgia, bolster our partnership, and deepen Georgia's Euro-Atlantic integration".
It also states that the charter is similar to the one, signed by the USA and Ukraine on December 19th in Washington, RIA Novosti reports.
No details of the document are available.
Last week the ceremony in the US Department of State was held. At this ceremony Condoleezza Rice, the US Secretary of State, and Vladimir Ogryzko, the Foreign Affairs Minister of Ukraine, signed the charter on United States-Ukraine Charter on Strategic Partnership.
The document states that the USA and Ukraine intend to increase the scale of their programs on cooperation and assistance in defense and security issues to repulse threats and advance peace and stability.
At the same time Washington and Kiev pledge to implement the program of extended cooperation in security sphere to build up Ukraine's potential and makes it a better candidate for NATO membership.