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Eurasian Conflicts
 - Abkhazia
 - Nagorno-Karabakh
 - South Ossetia
  

Eurasian Conflicts

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Matthew J. Bryza, is responsible for the formation and conduct of U.S. policy to promote the peaceful resolution of conflicts in Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia, Transnistria and South Ossetia. He also serves as the U.S. Co-Chairman of the OSCE's Minsk Group on Nagorno-Karabakh.

Recent Events:

The Current Situation in 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 | More on Georgia

  
Highlights
Bombing in South Ossetia
The United States deplores the October 3 bombing in Tskhinvali in the Georgian region of South Ossetia. Full Text

Recent Russian Actions in Georgia
We are extremely concerned about recent statements from the Russian government indicating that Russian forces will remain permanently in South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Full Text

Russia, Georgia, and the Return of Power Politics
Deputy Assistant Secretary Bryza testified before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (U.S. Helsinki Commission). Full Text

U.S.-Russia Relations in the Aftermath of the Georgia Crisis
Testimony by Assistant Secretary Fried before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Full Text

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