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Common “disaster” unites Adamkus and Saakashvili

2008-11-07 10:34

Russia must withdraw troops from Georgia. And from Abkhazia and South Ossetia too. This is what the President of Lithuania Valdas Adamkus wants.


1/3/8/38.jpegOn November 1 Vilnius continued a friendly reception of Mikhail Saakashvili. He had come to Lithuania a day before. And immediately went to the memorial "to the victims of the Soviet occupation" in the company of his friend Adamkus to grieve over Lithuanian partisans that were destroyed by NKVD groups in 1945-47. By the next day the leaders of the two countries had time to hold a bilateral meeting and denounce Russian "empire policy". As well as the EU - for the fact that it is still eager to study out instead of blaming Moscow together with Tbilisi and Vilnius.

"Russia must comply with its undertakings and withdraw the troops from Georgia", - president Valdas Adamkus stated. That is why it is necessary to ask at the Brussels meeting why Russia has not fulfilled its promises and raise a question whether this situation is acceptable for the EU. We will draw the attention of the EU leaders to the current situation, to the rise of threat that might concern all Europe. And most importantly Lithuania is going to raise a question of principle: are there democratic values that all EU states support unanimously?"

Saakashvili gave way to emotions. He asserted that he would never forget the leader of the Lithuanian Ministry for Foreign Affairs coming first to Tbilisi at the time of the conflict with South Ossetia in August.

"Lithuania is a very good friend of Georgia and is probably among the best ones in the whole world", - he exclaimed.

The Balts meet Saakashvili as a hero. Almost a national one: the states believing their dignity infringed are always happy to listen to the horrors of the Soviet occupation and moan together with another martyr that was hurt by Moscow. On November 2 the President of Georgia and his Lithuanian friend will go to Riga to the conference called "Indivisible and united Europe". Most probably all Baltic elite will scold the Kremlin there. Plus President of Ukraine Viktor Yushenko that intends to join it and Boris Nemtsov, a Russian politics number one loser.

Truly speaking there is a feeble reaction to this riot of democratic values. As usual Poland came forward and the overseas hosts of the guests gathering in Riga. Warsaw edition "Dziennik" has published a horror scenario prepared by conservative Protestants from "Focus on Family" group that supported the Republican Party. They give a forecast of what will happen if Barack Obama becomes President of the United States.

According to the group's opinion in this case Russian atheists will occupy the world. Starting from the first months of Obama's governance the international crisis will spread out because "enemies of democracy will want to check how the American President will act". The major enemy will be Russia that already next year will invade Ukraine and the Baltic states. With the same evil arguments. By 2012 Russia will start protecting its citizens in the territory of Poland. "Our country will be invaded by the Russian troops", - "Dziennik" summarizes. - Appetites of Russians extend to all Eastern Europe. Alongside with Poland by 2012 Russia will invade Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria. And simultaneously it will bring Al Kaida to power in the Middle East".

We are only left to sympathize with the Poles and Americans. A free world according to their forecasts will die in a terrible agony.

Sergey Chaykin

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