Kiev, Ukraine (AP) U.S. Vice President dick Cheney has pledged U.S. support for Ukraine following last month's war between neighboring Russia and Georgia.
Cheney says in remarks Friday that Ukrainians should be able to live “without the threat of tyranny, economic blackmail and military invasion or intimidation.” he says the United States has a “deep and abiding interest” in Ukraine's security.
Cheney spoke after meeting with president Viktor Yushchenko. Cheney's visit to Ukraine and two other ex-Soviet Republics signaled that the United States will continue cultivating close ties in the region.
That's even after Russia showed it was willing to use military force against countries along its border.
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