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Levin-Georgia
(2008-08-11)
(wgvu) - U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl
Levin (D-MI) says the United States must work closely with Europe in
condemning Russia's military attacks in the former Soviet republic
of Georgia.
Levin said over the weekend that
the U.S. "cannot just go out
alone on this and talk and act unilaterally."
Levin says the U.S. doesn't have much impact with "unilateral
declarations anymore."
He says the nation has "got to stand together with European
allies."
Levin says he doesn't see the chance of U.S. military
involvement but says the U.S. needs to make clear to Russia that
its action "is way out of line."

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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