U.S. military assistance to Georgia would

United States will continue to provide necessary assistance to Georgia in the military sphere, but that does not mean selling arms, said at a press conference in Yerevan on Tuesday, Deputy Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Philip Gordon.
"Georgian military assistance will be directed to both civil and military cooperation in the doctrinal areas and it will not include the sale of weapons or assist in a military solution," - said Gordon, in response to a question from Interfax.
"Georgia is our partner in safety. This country has been present in Iraq and Afghanistan. And for self-defense, to maintain the stability of our assistance will be Georgia. However, our approach is that the current conflict can not be solved by military means", - said Gordon .

9 June 2009 | georgia, military assistance, usa

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