GEORGIA REMEMBERED IN WASHINGTON.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 139
The U.S. government has allocated $500,000 (five hundred thousand) toward Georgia’s participation in NATO’s Partnership for Peace program, U.S. assistant secretary of state for arms control Lynn Davis told a news conference in Tbilisi. Davis further commented that the transfer of part of Georgia’s CFE arms entitlement to Russia would be consistent with the recent U.S.-Russian bilateral understandings on amending the Conventional Forces in Europe treaty. (Interfax, July 16)
Baltic Naval Exercise Presages Joint Fleet.