Georgia, Tbilisi / corr Trend N.Kirtzkhalia / The United States do not plan to install Anti-Missile Defense radars in the Caucasus. Matthew Bryza adviser to the US Assistant Secretary of State. Made this statement after a meeting with the Georgian Defense Minister, Trend Correspondent in Tbilisi reports.
Bryza stated that General Henry Obering, Director of Missile Defense Agency, did not stipulate either Georgia or other Caucasus countries while stating on the possible placement of Anti-Missile Defense radars.
"General Obering elaborated that the Caucasus is not involved", Bryza stated. At this stage, talks on the placement of Anti-Missile Defense Radars are being discussed with Poland and Czech Republic.