Americans’ generosity helps Ukrainian refugees

From medicine to diapers to a place to stay, U.S. groups are on the front lines aiding Ukrainians fleeing from Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked, brutal war. Americans have offered an outpouring of  support for Ukraine  as Europe endures one of its greatest refugee crises since World War II. The Russian military’s constant bombing of Ukrainian homes and communities has ...
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Truth vs. Lies: Chemical Weapons

Russia is intentionally spreading outright falsehoods in an attempt to create a pretext for military action. The Russian government claims that the United States has planned chemical weapons attacks in the Donbas, which is a lie. The United States does not use chemical weapons and is a party to the Chemical Weapons Convention, as is ...
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Acting Assistant Secretary Phil Reeker’s press brief at the administrative boundary line near Odzisi (September 8)

Acting Assistant Secretary Phil Reeker’s press brief at the administrative boundary line near Odzisi (September 8)   Acting Assistant Secretary Phil Reeker:  Thank you all for coming today.  It is an honor for me to be able to visit Georgia, to see the great progress this country has made.  The United States has a long ...
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The U.S. Embassy Statement on Criminal Charges Against TBC Bank Co-founders Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze (July 25)

The U.S. Embassy Statement on Criminal Charges Against TBC Bank Co-founders Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze We are closely following developments related to the criminal charges the Georgian Prosecutor General’s Office has filed against TBC Bank co-founders Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze. We are concerned about the context and timing of these charges. An impartial ...
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The U.S. Embassy Statement on de facto “elections” in Georgia’s South Ossetia Region (June 10)

The U.S. Embassy Statement on de facto “elections” in Georgia’s South Ossetia Region The United States does not recognize the legitimacy of the so-called parliamentary elections held in Georgia’s South Ossetia region on June 9, and will not acknowledge their outcome. Our position on Abkhazia and South Ossetia remains clear: these regions are integral parts ...
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U.S. emergency preparedness team conducts workshop with Georgians (February 28)

U.S. Emergency preparedness team conducts a workshop with Georgians (February 28) An interdisciplinary team of exercise and emergency managers and planners, geospatial and public information experts from the United States’ Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness Program were in Georgia’s capital city of Tbilisi Feb. 25-28, 2019, to conduct the first of several workshops with the ultimate goal ...
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DCM Elizabeth Rood’s comment to media on sidelines of the MCC school rehabilitation project in Kutaisi (February 27)

DCM Elizabeth Rood’s comment to media on sidelines of the MCC school rehabilitation project in Kutaisi Q-n about Anaklia’s importance for Georgia and its political implications DCM Rood: The Anaklia Deep Sea Port is a very important project. It is important for Georgia’s economic development, it is important for Georgia to fulfill its potential as ...
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Ambulances Donation to the LEPL Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center (February 22)

Ambulances Donation to the LEPL Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center On 22 February, the U.S. European Command Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC) donated four high mobility ambulances to the LEPL Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center. The vehicles are donated through the U.S. Department of Defense Humanitarian Assistance (HA) Program and will ...
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Ambassador Wilson’s Remarks to Media at Parliament (February 21)

Ambassador Wilson’s Remarks to Media at Parliament Q-n about developments around TBC Bank  Chargé d’affaires, Ambassador Wilson: I think we and other diplomats have been following the developments with some concern, because they have some implications for Georgia as a good place to do business.  I do not want to get into the specific individuals involved; but I ...
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Amb Kelly’s Remarks to Media at the Occupation Museum in Ergneti (August 17)

Q-n about the visit Ambassador Kelly:  This has been a very moving day for me. I began the day seeing a church that is 1,200 years old and inscriptions on the church from people who lived 1,200 years ago who ask us to remember them in prayers.  I am very grateful to the people, who on their own initiative, set up ...
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