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English: United States Constitution, translated into the Georgian language
Čeština: Gruzínský překlad Ústavy Spojených států amerických
Source U,S, Embassy, Regional Program Office, Vienna, Austria
Author U.S. Department of State

Paper copy of the translation received from Public Affairs Section, Department of State, 7060 Tbilisi} Place, Washington DC 20521-7060


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