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Crewmembers of C-17 Globemaster aircraft unload a pallet of humanitarian supplies in Tblisi, Georgia, Aug. 13, 2008. Dept. of Defense photo by Navy Lt. Cmdr Corey Barker.U.S. Support for Georgia
President Bush (Sept. 3):
"The United States applauds the actions taken by the European Union, and we will participate in the EU’s reconstruction conference. As part of America’s contribution to this international effort, today, I am announcing $1 billion in additional economic assistance to meet Georgia’s humanitarian needs and to support its economic recovery." Full Text | Fact Sheet | Secretary Rice's Remarks and Briefing on U.S. Economic Support Package for Georgia 

More:

  • 10/15: Press briefing by Assistant Secretary Fried on EU/UN/OSCE-sponsored talks on Georgia
  • 09/19: Statement on Russia/Georgia: Deploying EU and OSCE International Mechanisms
  • 09/18: Question on Georgia: Provisional Administrative Entity of South Ossetia
  • 09/17: Under Secretary Burns' testimony on Georgia and Russia
  • 09/12: Question on Georgia: International Monitors
  • 09/10: Deputy Assistant Secretary Bryza's testimony on Russia, Georgia, and the Return of Power Politics
  • 09/10: Press statement on recent Russian actions in Georgia
  • 09/09: Assistant Secretary Fried's testimony on U.S.-Russia Relations in the Aftermath of the Georgia Crisis
  • 09/09: Assistant Secretary Fried's testimony on Current Situation in Georgia and Implications for U.S. Policy
  • 09/03: Secretary Rice's remarks on U.S. Economic Support Package for Georgia
  • 09/03: Briefing by Under Secretary Jeffery, Deputy Assistant Secretary Bryza, and Deputy Director of Foreign Assistance Greene
  • 09/03: President Bush's statement 
  • 09/03: Fact Sheet on U.S. Support for Georgia
  • 09/01: Statement by White House Press Secretary on EU Decision Regarding Georgia
  • 08/27: Joint statement on Georgia by Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom
  • 08/26: President Bush's statement condemning Russian President's actions
  • 08/25: President Bush's statement concerning by situation in Georgia
  • 08/25: Assistant Secretary Fried's statement on DipNote blog
  • 08/25: Press statement--Interagency Delegation to Assess Economic and Reconstruction Needs in Georgia
  • 08/19: Secretary Rice interviews with BBC and CBS
  • 08/19: Secretary Rice remarks after meeting of the North Atlantic Council
  • 08/19: Deputy Assistant Secretary Bryza briefing at Foreign Press Center
  • 08/18: Secretary Rice remarks en route to Brussels
  • 08/17: Secretary Rice interviews on CBS , Fox and NBC
  • 08/16: Secretary Rice remarks to the White House Travel Pool
  • 08/15: President Bush statement
  • 08/15: Secretary Rice remarks with Georgian President and Georgian Foreign Minister
  • 08/14: Secretary Rice remarks
  • 08/13: Secretary Rice and President Bush remarks
  • 08/12: Secretary Rice interview and remarks
  • 08/11: President Bush remarks
  • 08/09: President Bush remarks
  • 08/08: Secretary Rice statement
  • 08/08: Statement on Russian Actions in Georgia

     


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Highlights

U.S.-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership
Date: 01/09/2009 Description: Secretary Rice and Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister Grigol Vashadze at signing ceremony for the United States and Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership. State Dept PhotoSecretary Rice (Jan. 9):
"Georgia is a very important partner of the United States, a valued partner. Our relationships rest, of course, on shared values of democracy, on security, on economic prosperity." Full Text | Remarks at Stakeout | U.S.-Georgia Charter

Georgia: Bilateral Charter
Question on text of a new bilateral charter. Full Text

Closure of OSCE Mission
Statement on closure of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Mission to Georgia. Full Text

Assistance to Georgia
Statement on $1 billion assistance commitment to Georgia. Full Text

U.S. Pledges $1 Billion in Assistance to Georgia
Remarks by Henrietta H. Fore, USAID Administrator and Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance, at the United States Mission to the European Union. Full Text | Media Note

Secretary Rice: Leadership Through Negotiation in Georgia
Assistant Secretary Fried's statement on State Department's DipNote blog. Full Text

Travel to Brussels and Warsaw
Secretary Rice traveled to Brussels, Belgium and Warsaw, Poland. More

Violence in Georgia
Escalation of Violence in South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Full Text

Travel to Europe
Secretary Rice traveled to Prague, Sofia, and Tbilisi from July 7 to July 10. More

Bombing in Abkhazia, Georgia
The U.S. calls for an immediate halt to recent bombings on both sides of the ceasefire line in Abkhazia, Georgia, which have claimed the lives of innocent civilians. Full Text

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