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Statement: Ambassador Norland on the visit of US Government Officials and 23rd Anniversary (April 23)

“Deputy Assistant Secretary Farkas, along with Deputy Assistant Secretary Chapman from the State Department, are here with the U.S. Delegation to conduct the 14th round of bilateral defense consultations with Georgia, and also our Security Working Group today under our strategic partnership commission. This represents a continuation of many years of close dialogue and partnership ...
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Statement by the Press Secretary (April 23)

It is with tremendous sorrow that we recently concluded that a U.S. Government counterterrorism operation in January killed two innocent hostages held by al-Qa’ida.  Our hearts go out to the families of Dr. Warren Weinstein, an American held by al-Qa’ida since 2011, and Giovanni Lo Porto, an Italian national who had been an al-Qa’ida hostage ...
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U.S.-Georgia Relations: 23 Years Old and Getting Stronger (April 23)

Ambassador Norland: “Unwavering friendship. Shared values.  Belief in the future.  These are the qualities that have guided the US-Georgia relationship since our countries established diplomatic relations 23 years ago.  Georgia has come a long way since the opening of the US Embassy in Tbilisi on April 23, 1992, and America has been privileged to support the ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens (April 23, 2015): Demonstration in Tbilisi on April 24, 2015

United States Embassy Tbilisi, Georgia Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Demonstration in Tbilisi on April 24, 2015 Date: April 23, 2015 U.S. Embassy Tbilisi informs U.S. citizens of a demonstration expected to take place in Tbilisi on Friday, 24 April 2015, starting at 2:00pm. The demonstration is expected to begin at Vake Park and then move ...
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Secretary of State John Kerry at the Atlantic Council’s conference on Trade and National Security: Renewing U.S. Leadership Through Economic Strength

April 23, 2015 Atlantic Council Washington, D.C. SECRETARY KERRY:  General Jones, thank you very much for a very, very generous introduction.  More importantly, thank you for your absolutely extraordinary years of service to our country. You’ve held so many important positions and working your way up from a young lieutenant in Vietnam all the way ...
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