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Georgia against Turkey2011-09-30 19:03
The United States are quickly setting the elements of their missile defense system in Eastern Europe, but they are still passing Tbilisi by. And Georgia, which begins to lose all hope of joining NATO, has decided once again to please Washington to improve the chances of integration into the military bloc. Mikhail Saakashvili said he would not mind if the U.S. missile defense system will be located at the Georgian territory, it's much more convenient than radar in Turkey.
The Islamic republic in the heart of Europe - is virtually the same as the state of Israel, surrounded by dozens of Arab countries. Brussels wary of Ankara, as it's unknown, what Turkish government may think up. Many years, while the republic is a member of NATO, is not an indication for conservative Europeans. That is why the integration in North Atlantic structures was painless for Turkey, what can not be said about its accession to the EU. Solving the problem of Northern Cyprus - is not the most important condition of entry into the continental integration, and it is understood by all, including Mikhail Saakashvili.
No wonder that he quickly offered the alliance "invaluable" assistance - he welcomed the deployment of the radar in Georgia, which is designed to protect Central Asia and the Middle East, allegedly from Iran, but in reality is directed against Moscow and Beijing which are rising from oblivion slowly but surely. The Georgian leader kills two birds by his proposal: to oppose the growing influence of Russia in the Caucasus, which is very important for American lobbyists of the conservative policy towards the former Soviet Union, and also increases the chance of the Caucasus republic for warm embrace of NATO.
In early September it became known that the radar of early warning of the threat of missile attack as part of missile defense system created by the U.S. and NATO will be located in the south-eastern Turkey. This decision was taken at last year's NATO summit in Lisbon, which the Georgian delegation left very unsatisfied. But here America has got some problems. The Zionist regime, supported by the U.S. in the Middle East, is not very dear to Ankara for obvious reasons. And Tel Aviv will never get information from the American radar, which makes it difficult for Washington its political expansion into strategic areas. In addition, the Islamic Republic wants to get full control over the elements of missile defense in the country.
But Michael Saakashvili does not harbor prejudices to Israel, except for a pair of businessmen who were thrown to Georgia prison, and is willing to share with the Zionists any information which he can get. That's why Republican senators immediately sent to the Pentagon and to Barack Obams request to change their decision and to consider After all, this was the purpose to establish such regime and American protege became the leader of Sakartvelo. "The U.S. is our strategic partner, and if this matter was formally put on the agenda, the Georgian side would consider it very seriously and adequately" - said Deputy Prime Minister Giorgi Baramidze.
The U.S. senators are lobbying Georgia's interests since April, when the Caucasian republic was visited by the United States delegation, led by John Cale. He inspected the neighborhood and came to the conclusion that the radar will look great on the mountain Tsiv-Gombori in Kakheti and will be able to control a vast area, up to India - another Russia's ally. It's funny, isn't it: if the radar will be installed on the east, the western part of Georgian territory will remain uncovered, because radar can only monitor certain pre-determined sector.