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Defense News reports on the latest U.S.-Georgian military agreement:

"U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and his Georgian counterpart on Monday signed an agreement to extend U.S.-led military training .... ahead of [Austin's] visits to other Black Sea allies Ukraine and Romania to deliver a message of 'unwavering' support for their sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of Russian threats. Since Russia’s war with Georgia, it has had a 13-year grip on Georgia’s breakaway territories, South Ossetia and Abkhazia .... Georgia and Ukraine are NATO aspirants ... Romania is a member. Amid the Russian troop presence, NATO hasn’t agreed to advance Georgia’s membership, and the west has also been pressuring Georgia to curb corruption and reverse its democratic backsliding. ..."

click here for: "U.S., Georgia sign military training pact amid Russian threat on the Black Sea" - Defense News/ Joe Gould

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