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Mishiko waiting for “go!” command2011-05-04 19:45
The August-2008 war revealed complete incapacity of the Georgian military. This time, the lesson was not at all instructive for President Mikhail Saakashvili who started total rearmament of the army with the help of the USA and Israel. Russian party many times drew the western partners' attention to the hazard of supporting the autocratic regime in the Caucasian republic. Is the Georgian president ready for a new provocation in respect of Russia and will Moscow remain as patient as before in respect of the demoniac Georgian ruler?
in respect of Russia and will Moscow remain as patient as before in respect of the demoniac Georgian ruler?
Despite Washington's assurances that it is allegedly trying to check rearmament in Georgia, Barack Obama's administration is again ready to start supplying air defense weapon and missile systems to the Caucasian republic via third countries. Such vicious practice has been used many times and now the Congress believes that another attempt might be helpful. Mikhail Saakashvili who demands that Moscow fulfill Medvedev-Sarkozy Pact seems to have forgotten that the agreements oblige the opponents never to locate heavy armament in the conflict zone. And now Georgian Minister of Reintegration Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili is successfully paying a visit to the USA where she holds meetings in the Senate and Congress, lobbying her boss' interests so that the Americans at last passed the document on the "de-occupation" of the Caucasian republic.
It is notable that, promoting quasi-democratic principles that the new Georgia will be built upon, Mikhail Nikolozovitch stubbornly uses the term of "enemy" in respect of the Russian Federation and refers to the partially recognized republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia as to the "occupied territories" and "separatist regions". Naturally, all Mishiko's speeches in the international platforms are finally aimed at the "de-occupation", which is, in fact, aggression against those who had valid reasons to abandon Sakartvelo's "territorial integrity".
"Our fight does not stop and it will fully summarize the process of the de-occupation of the Georgian territories down to ousting the last enemy soldier from our free land. I am absolutely sure of that. Before, we used to train our military for peacekeeping operations on resuming order, not for local military actions. But things will be different now. The Georgian army will steadily grow both in the quality and quantity aspect and will be equipped with the necessary armament to achieve full-scale victory", - the "father of nations" was prophesying during the recent telebridge.
There is a question, then: who is hiding behind the Georgian president's bold statements? He would obviously not venture to oppose Moscow alone, which has grown sick and tired of Tbilisi's games. The "reload" with Russia does not prevent the United States from conducting their own policy in the Caucasus. It is no secret they dream of establishing control over its southern part so as to have a suitable platform to influence the situation in the territory of Georgia's northern neighbor. Minister of Defense of RF Anatoliy Serdyukov has hinted many times that the new provocative act on the part of Georgia can be expected at any time. Of course, it is Washington that is to dismiss Mishiko but the main point is to find a pretext to declare war on the small republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.