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Will US contingent be transferred from Iraq to Georgia?

Leader of the Georgian Labor Party Shalva Natelashvili believes that the US contingent will be transferred from Iraq to Georgia.

"18,000 US servicemen were transferred to Iraq from Germany. It will not stay in Iraq and will not return to Georgia. This army will be deployed in Georgia," Mr. Natelashvili told a press conference in Tbilisi.

The Labor party leader criticized the domestic policy of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili. "The head of state must report to the public on his recent foreign visits, in particular, to the USA," Mr. Natelashvili said.

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