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McCain called on U.S. Secretary of State to support Georgia on Chicago Summit
12:04 27.04.2012
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The U.S. Senator John McCain called on U.S. Secretary of State to support Georgia on Chicago Summit. McCain has a petition to Hillary Clinton, where it was written, that the Chicago Summit is an excellent opportunity to express continued U.S. support for Georgia and its membership, - the media reports.  

“We encourage you to help lead a diplomatic effort to ensure the upcoming summit recognizes Georgia`s significant progress on its path towards NATO ascension, and that it provides a clear roadmap for Tbilisi`s membership,” - says the letter.

Senator also focused on Georgia`s participation in the NATO mission in Afghanistan and its aspiration to democracy.

The Senator called on the Secretary of State to use the Chicago summit for reaffirmation of its support towards Georgia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and to emphasize the importance of the U.S. leadership on Georgia’s way to NATO membership. 

We will recall you that, NATO summit in Chicago is scheduled on May 20-21. 

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