Armenia not Concerned with US Presence in Georgia

(Tbilisi, April 5, Civil Georgia) – Armenian Parliament discussed beyond the closed doors situation in South Caucasus on April 4.

Armenian Foreign Minister Vardan Oskanian stated at closed parliamentary sessions that the US military presence in Georgia “in the existing form” was not a source of concern for Yerevan, Armenian news agency Mediamax reports.

Armenian Defense Minister Serzh Sarkisian stated that it is very important for Armenia how the US military presence in Georgia will develop.

US military instructors are expected to arrive in Georgia by the end of April to prepare Georgian antiterrorist troops. 

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