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U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Visits Tbilisi
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 22 Feb.'12 / 14:26

U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia, Celeste A. Wallander, visits Tbilisi.

She met with President Saakashvili on February 22.

According to the Georgian officials the visit aims at discussing details of further deepening of defense cooperation between the two countries.

“The United States is very much interested in increasing Georgia’s self-defense capabilities,” Nino Kalandadze, Georgia’s deputy foreign minister, said on February 20.

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