The Bush administration offered to provide $ 1 billion in aid to Georgia to recover after the war.
The Bush administration on Wednesday announced the proposal to allocate about $ 1 billion in aid to Georgia to recover after the war, according to an anonymous administration official. This statement was made before the visit of Vice President Dick Cheney to Georgia, Azerbaijan and Ukraine.
The purpose of the trip - to show Washington's support of its allies, despite the military invasion of Russia in Georgia. The proposed assistance will be provided systematically for several years.