Davit Usupashvili asked Bryza to remind USA government why the aspiration to the West slowed down
 Tbilisi 14:46 - 08.08.16 «GHN»
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"I am asking kindly Mr. Bryza to remind the USA government why the Western move is slowed down in Georgia, " - Davit Usupashvili, Chair of the Georgian Parliament tells.

Georgian politician considers that, unfortunately the USA and EU are now manly preoccupied with the own internal and regional political problems. "We have to realize this reality. However we have to continue moving to the Western direction."

Matthew James Bryza a former United States diplomat, has recently aired via the Voice of America that the intensity of Georgia's move into the Western direction was slowed. He as well noted that before the August war of 2008 no politician would tell that Georgia has to think more about relations with Russia than with the West.



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