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Guilty Tbilisi is never at ease2011-02-24 21:13
As soon as Dmitry Medvedev paid attention to Tbilisi politicians' open provocation during the session of the Russian Security Council, they started shouting unanimously that Moscow is threatening them. Having instantly forgotten their own calls to boycott the Olympics in Sochi, they started refuting the actions that no one has ever made. When leader of Kabardino-Balkaria Arsen Kanakov saw a foreign "trace" in the recent terrorist attacks, justifications suddenly flowed from Georgia, though no one ever mentioned it. Indeed, a guilty mind is never at ease.
Russian leader stated the following last week: "One should not forget that the Olympics are always a complicated event; initially, these games served not only the purposes of sports development but also helped enhance peace. That is why we should remember that our Games are aimed at these objectives and the powers that will prevent the Olympics must be identified and held responsible if our citizens are at stake. You understand everything very well; there are certain problems connected with our neighbour, Georgia, and everything that requires special attention from the Foreign Ministry, law-enforcement authorities and security agencies should be done. A proper barrier should be set up on the way of any possible provocative acts".
After an atrocious murder of tourists in Kabardino-Balkaria, head of the republic Arsen Kanakov also expressed an opinion that this inhuman crime could have been planned abroad. "We are considering all the versions of the latest events. One cannot rule out the possibility that an attempt to seriously destabilize the situation in the region might have been made by the neighbouring states' special services", - he declared at the press-conference.
Despite the carefulness of the statements made by the head of Kabardino-Balkaria, Georgian politicians immediately took Arsen Kanakov's words personally, having confirmed the truthfulness of the saying about a guilty mind.
"It is the Kremlin's policy and ideology that hide behind the statements of the Kabardino-Balkarian government. Several days ago Medvedev stated that he does not rule out the possibility of threats on Georgia's party aimed at disrupting the Olympics in Sochi and, naturally, officials of lower echelon repeated what their leader said", - political expert from Tbilisi Irakly Sesiashvili hurriedly dotted all the "i"s. Simultaneously, he decided to strike a preventive blow, having accused Russia of a biased attitude towards Georgia, which is going to be blamed for every sin in case of more terrorist attacks in the North Caucasus.
"There will surely be a continuation. Medvedev's statement was not incidental. Russia evidently possesses some information that terrorist attacks are possible before the Olympics in Sochi and it is preparing a background to accuse someone. In this case, we should expect that Georgia will be blamed in case some terrorist attack is realized", - Saakashvili stated.
However, the expert from Sakartvelo forgot to mention that it was the Georgian politicians who have been apt to see the Kremlin's hand in all the latest tragic events, while Russia refrained from hurried conclusions despite Tbilisi's overt provocation.
However, no patience is endless. When Mikheil Saakashvili constantly calls to boycott the Olympic Games in Sochi, especially from the rostrum of the United Nations Organization, and allows himself to characterize the explosion at the Domodedovo airport as a payback for Moscow's policy, the Russian government can hardly keep from seeing the readiness for further provocations in the Georgian government's actions.