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USS Hamilton visits Batumi

Ambassador Degnan traveled to Batumi to welcome U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton’s crew to Georgia.  Ambassador Degnan and Captain Cronin met with Georgian government leaders and gave them a tour of Hamilton.  Before arriving in Batumi, the crew of Hamilton trained underway with the Georgian Coast Guard for two days, improving readiness and interoperability.  This visit is another symbol of ...
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U.S., COVAX support COVID-19 vaccinations worldwide [video]

The United States is the largest contributor to  COVAX , a global initiative to equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccines worldwide. In March,  the United States government contributed $2 billion  in support of COVAX, but more funding is needed. “People everywhere should have access to rigorously tested, safe, and effective COVID-19 vaccines,” Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken said. “The faster we do all this, ...
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Black Sea, Balkan allies and partners commence “Trojan Footprint 21” exercise

Starting May 3rd, 2021, Georgia will serve as a host nation participant for U.S. Special Operations Command Europe’s (SOCEUR) premier SOF exercise, Trojan Footprint 21. U.S. Army Green Berets assigned to 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) will train and continue to build interoperability with Georgian Special Operations Forces (GSOF) in tactical training events throughout the ...
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Uyghur educators face prison, death in China

For Uyghurs, using their native language can mean a death sentence. People’s Republic of China authorities are sentencing Uyghur Muslim educators who publish textbooks in their native language to life in prison and even death. A PRC court on April 6 announced the  death sentence against Sattar Sawut , former director general of the education department in Xinjiang, for publishing ...
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U.S. Embassy Statement on Administrative Violations Code

We are deeply disappointed by the ruling party’s rushed passage of amendments to Georgia’s Administrative Violations Code today. Expedited passage of these amendments was unnecessary and unhelpful. The lack of meaningful consultation with opposition parties, civil society and other stakeholders raises questions about the purpose of the amendments. The April 19 agreement among Georgia’s political ...
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