26 March 2003 TBILISI, Georgia–U.S. aerial surveillance above Georgia, in light of the recent tension between Washington and Moscow over the U.S.-led attack on Iraq, has increased Russia’s objections about the United States’ unilateral moves in a region that remains in “Russia’s security interests.” The appearance of the U.S. spy plane, U-2, in the Georgian […]

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