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No American military bases to be deployed in Georgia2009-01-09 11:13
It was stated by Chairman of Georgia's Parliament David Bakradze. Thus he indirectly disproved the information received earlier about the talks held with the USA administration on deployment of American military bases in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Bakradze the Charter on partnership between Georgia and the USA "has no reference to the bases, both countries undertake to help each other in provision of security", ITAR-TASS reports.
Earlier The Labor party stated that Georgia's president had proposed that the USA deploy American military bases in the territory of Georgia. As one of the Labor party leaders Nestan Kirtadze said "Saakashvili is holding intense negotiations with the USA administration".
It will be remembered that by Georgia's Foreign Ministry report the signing of the Charter is planned for January 9. However on January 8 at a regular briefing the State Department deputy spokesman Robert Wood did not confirm this information. "We cannot confirm the date of signing but we'll do it as soon as it is possible". - The official's words are quoted by ITAR-TASS.