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Thoughts about guerilla warfare brought Tbilisi to terrorism camps

2010-09-07 19:40

7185.jpegApprehensions about a whole network of special camps on militants training being created with the active participation of Mikheil Saakashvili's regime have been voiced for a long time. If Tbilisi ignores the latest signals coming from Moscow and rejects the issue in its customary manner, the outcome of the situation may be sad for Georgian political elite.


Some time ago, the leaders of South Ossetia stated repeatedly that camps for training subversive troops are being deployed in the near-border territories of Georgia. This was announced by President of RSO Eduard Kokoity and power department officials. Georgia tried to turn a blind eye on Tskhinval's accusations: the point is that Tbilisi is accustomed to responding only to those whom it regards as equal. To become equal to Georgia, South Ossetia will have to wait until the notorious domestic animals begin to fly.

See also: Tbilisi getting ready to stab in the back?

However, Russia is also making statements about the active preparation of the terrorist underground in the Georgian land. The last one to touch upon the matter was Deputy Head of the RF MIA North-Caucasian Federal District Chief Administration Major General of police Nikolay Simakov. "We've got information that special militant training camps are being set up in the territory of this country (Georgia). That's where the natives of Caucasian republics are collected; as a rule, they are from the list of criminals and those absconding in European countries. They are being trained and sent here through the adjoining states", - he told.

In proof of his statement, Major General Simakov referred to a recent incident at the border of Azerbaijan and Russia when two militants were detained. As it turned out, they had a residence permit in Austria and France and were sent to Georgia for training so as to act in the territory of Russia in future.

It looks like these two detainees knew perfectly well where they were to be sent, while the Georgian government may only envy their awareness. Representatives of the Georgian top echelon of power keep assuring the public that terrorists in St. George's land are out of the question. If so, one may only suppose that the near-border villages adjoining South Ossetia are inhabited with too aggressive and very well-armed people - there are no other candidates for the role of people constantly arranging provocations in the outskirts of RSO localities.

Unfortunately, there is no reason to expect more responsible statements from the Georgian government. It looks like we will again be told that a hireling's foot has never touched the country's territory. However, Tbilisi shouldn't behave in such a self-confident manner, anyway. If the Russian party manages to present incontestable evidence of subverter camps being set up in Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili and his henchmen will face the risk of sharing the future of another dictator, Saddam Hussein.

In his turn, First Vice President of Academy of Geopolitical Sciences, Doctor of Military Science Konstantin Sivkov believes that shattering the situation in the Caucasus via a large-scale terrorist attack against the region is primarily disadvantageous for Tbilisi and Washington.

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