We should not expect Georgia-U.S. Cooperation Charter to include item on military compounds: speaker of Georgian parliament
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 29/ Trend , N. Kirtskhalia/ The Georgia-U.S. Charter on Cooperation will clearly indicate an increase in defensive capacity of Georgia's army and Georgia itself which is a top priority task at the moment, Speaker of the Georgian parliament David Bakradze said to reporters.
He also noted that the document on the U.S.-Georgia strategic cooperation will not include item about military compounds adding that he does not consider it necessary. "We should not expect that the document will deal with military compounds in any form as there is no need for this," he said.
"It is wrong to reveal details of the document. This is also request of our partners. Of course, the document will deal with the cooperation in the sphere of security. It will also focus on strategic cooperation between Georgia and U.S."
The Charter is expected to be signed in Washington by the U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze on Jan. 4, 2009.