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Germans recommending Saakashvili to give in2011-07-15 13:39
Out of all members of the European Union, where restless Mikhail Saakashvili is trying to get, pulling his entire country behind him, Germany was the first to mention Abkhazia and South Ossetia as sovereign states - carefully, so as not to hurt the sensible world community. This fact reveals the commonly understood idea that Sakartvelo will never be able to retain these republics within its boundaries by force. But the brand laid on the countries that accused Russia of launching the August-2008 war won't be wiped out soon.
Warm relationship between the Russian Federation and Germany gave hope that the European partner of the "northern bear" would be able to settle the complicated situation between Moscow and Tbilisi, though once, Angela Merkel and Dmitry Medvedev disagreed on whether forcing Mikhail Saakashvili to peace was proportional; Berlin has always hinted that it is the antagonistic relationship between Russian and Georgian government that hamper Georgia's integration in Euro-Atlantic structures. However, everyone has to admit that this triangle will be productive only when Mikhail Nikolozovich leaves his post. Even American politicians sadly agree that the next elections in Sakartvelo should be fair.
Thus, it becomes clear that Washington's mission on splitting the post-Soviet space by way of introducing its protégé raised on dollars has failed. Europe, being frightened by the United States' excessive activity in all the corners of the planet, is again turning towards the guarantor of its national safety - Russia. Everyone felt the bitter taste of disappointment after Heidi Tagliavini's report that showed Saakashvili as a war-monger and initiator of ethnic cleansing in South Ossetia. The peace that the USA were trying to bring to the Caucasus separated from the cosy Europe by the Caucasian mountain ridge turned out to be nothing. And the word "Germany", which is not only the locomotive of the continental unification but is also connected with Moscow by numerous economic projects, could become a weighty argument in the struggle with American hegemony.
Meanwhile, Transcaucasia is very well acquainted with the "friendship" of the foreign states that are situated far away from Russia. It is notable that Kartvelo princes and their Armenian neighbours turned to the empire for help in hope of finding protection against the occupants supporting cultural reorientation and total assimilation of the Caucasian nations. In 1920-1921, the republics were unable to save their independence, for it was the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia who fully entrusted their countries' sovereignty guarantees to those states that were either uninterested in protecting the region, like, for instance, the Entente countries, or preferred to gang up with bolshevists from Turkey.
Now that the helm of Georgia is in the hands of a man eager to dissolve his nation in the European pot, one has to count minutes until the national education in Sakartvelo falls to pieces. The Abkhaz and South Ossetia that were forcibly taken under Tbilisi's protectorate were the first to feel the danger of the "cultural intervention". The Georgian war ended up with the victory of those, whose aspiration towards freedom and right of self-determination was stronger. Despite the fact that the current Georgian government would not recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia, Europe is thinking hard about how to wipe off the shame and not to lose the face completely.