The United States clearly stated on its position on the existing differences with Russia towards Georgia, U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Bass said. He commented on the Russian Foreign Ministry's statements on U.S. State Secretary Hillary Clinton's Tbilisi visit.
Clinton noted that the Georgian territory is occupied and Russia must withdraw its troops from the country in accordance with the agreement dated Aug.12, 2008.
"The U.S. openly confirms existence of differences in its relations with Moscow and our messages are clear and unequivocal," Bass said.
However, Bass stressed that Washington and Moscow should continue dialogue to resolve the situation in Georgia despite their differences.
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