Thursday, 19 January 2017
Archive by 2010-08-07
Saakashvili loses his train of thought
In the run-up to the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict anniversary the Georgian president is again writhing in hysterics. Different and often inadequate statements flow from Mikheil Saakashvili’s mouth in a row. In particular, the Georgian leader sincerely believes that sparce but reckless warriors of his country suppressed the offensive of barbarians. It is clear whom the man that has failed to yield to reason over two years is referring. His diagnosis is obvious too.
Saint Petersburg set to dig out the truth
Archeology students from Saint-Petersburg would be very surprised to learn how terrifying they are to some “Georgian experts”. They are tasked to simply brush up already open and undug settlements of late bronze period and Middle Ages, as Temur Bzhania, head of the republican administration for monument protection said. Georgia views this fact in a biased way hinting that the young people from the favorite city of Russian leaders are set to “falsify history”.
Moscow keeps insisting that the international community should refrain from supplying arms to Georgia. Russian diplomats are certain: as soon as the world came to know the truth about the August 2008 events, many of Saakashvili’s partners analyzed the Georgian leaders’ policy and admitted the committed mistake.2010-08-07 00:47
Sounding the Georgian initiative
In any country of the world, a political analyst is likely to excite interest only when he promotes a crazy idea being, however, effectively substantiated. Azerbaijan is no exception: all of a sudden, a group of political specialists expressed active approval of Saakashvili’s idea about the two countries’ confederacy.
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