U.S. will not place anti-missile radar in Georgia : U.S. Ambassador
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 16 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia /
The rumors about allegedly placing of
anti-missile radar in Georgia after the charter is formed, is not true,
Georgian Ambassador to the United States Batu Kutelia said.
The two sides did not discuss this topic. "At this stage the work is going over the security of Georgia and increase in its defense, which is our legitimate right," he said.
Georgian experts have different opinions on the matter.
According to expert Irakli Sesiashvili, after the a strategic partnership was finalized between Georgia and the U.S. and the document has been recorded that the main priority was to strengthen Tbilisi's defense and security, it is possible that Georgia will place anti-missile system
"This is probably as good as the main
aggressor in the world today is Russia," Sesiashvili added.
Expert Koba Liklikadze stressed that the issue may arise on the agenda, but it will not be easy for his decisive and will require political consensus
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