Obama does not agree with Medvedev at the borders of Georgia

Barack Obama believes that the territorial integrity of Georgia must be respected, but he was against military action. This is the U.S. leader told reporters after a meeting with Dmitry Medvedev.
Mikhail Saakashvili vividly Obama responded to the comment: "This is an important statement of support for Georgia's territorial integrity." In a statement on national television Georgian president announced that the United States and all democratic community "continues to support the territorial integrity of Georgia. "This statement refutes the allegations of certain politicians that Georgia allegedly losing the support the United States and the West," - noted the Georgian leader.

6 July 2009 | border, i do not agree, medvedev, obama, reason

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