US Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen Pence meets with servicemen participating in the joint multinational military exercise 'Noble Partner 2017' at an airbase outside Tbilisi on August 1, 2017. / AFP / Vano Shlamov
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U.S. Vice President Mike Pence pledged support Tuesday for the former Soviet republic of Georgia, his second stop on a European trip backing nations that feel threatened by Russian aggression.Russia has since been supporting the regions both financially and militarily.Later on Tuesday Pence will inspect troops taking part in joint U.S.-Georgian military exercises.Pence's European trip comes several days after the U.S. Senate voted last week to approve the new financial sanctions against Moscow. Russia on Friday ordered the U.S. Embassy and three U.S. consulates in Russia to drastically cut its personnel there.
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