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With Obama as the new US President, relations between Georgia and the USA remain the same2009-01-22 15:11
With Barack Obama as the new US President, Washington will not change its policy to Tbilisi, stated John Tefft, the US ambassador to Georgia - Kavkazskiy Uzel.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the diplomat, the intensive cooperation between the countries will be continued.
The ambassador stated that the countries should work on the Charter to implement the regulations it includes. He added that it will be an important part of the bilateral relations.
Let us remind that the Charter on strategic partnership was signed on January 9th by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Grigol Vashadze, and the US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice.
According to the document, the US takes responsibility to modernize the Georgian army and increase the defense potential of the country.
At the same time, the US Department of State assures that the Charter implies no US military bases deployment in Georgia. This messages was confirmed by David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia.