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Georgia mixing Europe with Islam2011-06-03 20:44
Mikhail Saakashvili again shared his vision of the Caucasian republic's future with foreign journalists. In an interview to Uwazam Rze Polish newspaper, he spitted poison at the Kremlin and described the soon consolidation of the Caucasus and its further integration in EU. The only point is that no one is waiting for Georgia in the continental association and its craving for setting up close relationship with Azerbaijan and Turkey is only cooling the Europeans. They are already fed up with the total Islamization but it evidently makes no difference for Tbilisi whom to make friends with: it is only interested in regular money for pocket expenses.
it evidently makes no difference for Tbilisi whom to make friends with: it is only interested in regular money for pocket expenses.
The issue of the Caucasus' political integration after the collapse of the USSR has been raised many times. The republics that suddenly became sovereign decided for some reason that now that they have got rid of the "Soviet yoke" their economy will jump. But the long-awaited manna never fell from heaven and one had to live on something. The United States of America introduced a new player in the political arena on the quiet - Mikhail Saakashvili who would promote the way of cultural mix and integration in the Euro-Atlantic structures. The struggle for its own interests pushed Washington to hound its protégé at the Russian Federation that is not going to give up the fight for the area of influence.
Mishiko is devotedly following Uncle Sam's instructions and then regularly tells foreign media that the experience of a united Europe should be transferred to Caucasian realities. "The region will be consolidated, though, of course, it does not imply reconsideration of the existing traditions. The point at issue is the establishment of political, economic and cultural ties. I believe the future of the Caucasus is the united Europe. It is notable that Georgia is the leader among the countries trying to get integrated in Europe", - Mr. Saakashvili was saying in an interview to Uwazam Rze Polish newspaper.
An allusion to the borders was not accidental. European Union was formed to a great extent due to the absence of any territorial claims at the top political level on the part of member-countries. It seems to be an almost impossible idea to structure Georgia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Nagorny Karabakh, not mention the fact that the "nationalistic state" project is successfully realized in a number of Caucasian countries. Even if we assume that the region will get consolidated after eliminating the current difficulties, such a huge entity as part of Europe looks utopic. Cooking a hare before catching him, the parties that are interested in the integration seem to casually forget about the North Caucasus, which is part of the Russian Federation, and such an approach is silly, at least.
Besides, though Europe is trying to avoid interference in the complicated processes in the Caucasus, preferring the role of a silent mediator in sensitive issues, it skeptically looks on its ranks being joined by Muslim countries. The French-German failure in the integration of Islamic culture in EU clearly shows that the association founders are sick and tired of the immigrants whom they had thoughtlessly allowed in their territories, suffering from the complex of "colonizers".