U.S. Senator Says Georgia’s Future Should Not Be ‘Sacrificed For Reset’

The head of a U.S. Senate delegation in Tbilisi says Washington should not “sacrifice Georgia’s future” in order to have better relations with Moscow, RFE/RL’s Georgian Service reports.

Senator Jon Kyl (Republican-Arizona) told RFE/RL in an interview on April 19 that “the [U.S.] relationship with Russia should stand on its own and not have to be improved by any kind of sacrifice of the interests of our allies and our friends and we [Republicans] are very adamant that that not be done.”

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