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Saakashvili obtained support of Washington2009-02-09 10:26
Mikheil Saakashvili, the leader of Georgia, stated that in the course of their meeting in February 8th in Munich, Joseph Biden, the Vice-President of the USA, promised that Washington will continue its financial support to Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Saakashvili, Biden and the Georgian delegation had "a very concrete" conversation. - Interfax.
"The United States will continue financial support for us, which is very important in the light of the global financial crisis; we have received firm guarantees on this issue", the President highlighted.
"Despite various trends in Europe - and Europe in general is weaker than the United States, especially in the light of the economic crisis - but although there are different opinions in Europe, in overall the position of Europe, EU, NATO is also clear - there will never be a compromise at the expense of the territorial integrity; no one will return Georgia back to the old sphere of influence", he mentioned.