Joint Statement by the U.S. Embassy and the Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia on the extradition of Boris Malayev (September 12)

Joint Statement by the U.S. Embassy and the Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia on the extradition of Boris Malayev (September 12) Pursuant to our strong law enforcement partnership, the U.S. Embassy and the Prosecution Service of Georgia have secured the extradition of Boris Malayev to the United States.  Malayev, a citizen of Uzbekistan ...
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Concert of the Music of John Williams in Celebration of 25 of U.S. diplomatic relations with the Republic of Georgia (April 13)

Concert of the Music of John Williams in Celebration of 25 of U.S. diplomatic relations with the Republic of Georgia (April 13) On Saturday, April 29, the U.S. Embassy Tbilisi is proud to present a concert of the music of John Williams in celebration of 25 years of U.S. diplomatic relations with the Republic of ...
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U.S. Embassy Statement on Developments in Georgia’s regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia (March 16)

U.S. Embassy Statement on Developments in Georgia’s regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia (March 16) The United States fully supports the territorial integrity of Georgia and its sovereignty within its internationally recognized borders. As such, the United States does not recognize the results of an election conducted illegitimately in Georgian territory without the consent of ...
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Statement of the Embassy of the United States on the Impact of the Supreme Court’s Decision Related to Rustavi 2 (March 2)

Statement of the Embassy of the United States on the Impact of the Supreme Court’s Decision Related to Rustavi 2 (March 2) The United States views with concern the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision regarding Rustavi 2, which could effectively limit the access of opposition voices to Georgian broadcast media.  A pluralistic media environment ...
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Statement: United States Condemns Planned Illegitimate Referendum in South Ossetia (February 14)

Statement: United States Condemns Planned Illegitimate Referendum in South Ossetia (February 14) The U.S. Embassy condemns the decision to conduct an illegitimate “referendum” in Georgia’s South Ossetia region, planned for April 9.  Such provocative actions erode trust and confidence and undermine the Geneva International Discussions.  The United States will not recognize the results of an illegitimate referendum that is conducted in Georgian territory without ...
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Statement of the Embassy of the United States on the Occasion of Human Rights Day (December 10)

Statement of the Embassy of the United States on the Occasion of Human Rights Day (December 10) Today, the United States Embassy in Georgia is pleased to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognizes that ...
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Statement of the Embassy of the United States on the U.S. Government Response to the 2003 Georgian Parliamentary Elections (November 17)

Statement of the Embassy of the United States on the U.S. Government Response to the 2003 Georgian Parliamentary Elections (November 17) Former President Mikheil Saakashvili’s statement that the U.S. government failed to timely condemn the 2003 Georgian Parliamentary Elections is inaccurate.  The State Department spokesperson expressed concern about the elections as early as November 3, ...
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