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The Georgian parliament goes off into a worldwide hysterics2009-07-16 23:03
A special appeal related to the Russian president's visit to South Ossetia was made by Tbilisi two days after the unpleasant event. The Georgian parliamentarians failed to find any suitable way to bring Dmitri Medvedev to justice other than to appeal to the world community with a request to "press" upon Russia.
The Georgian delegates expressed their indignation that has been burdening their minds. The text of the message was thoroughly discussed and thought over within two days. At last, yesterday evening, the parliamentarians have publicly criticized the Russian leader, having accused him of "illegal crossing of the state boundary". According to the official statement, Dmitri Medvedev's visit to Tskhinval is "a step to final annexation of the occupied territories and an attempt to legalize the ethnic cleansing carried out by the Russian Federation".
In the same statement published by GHN, the Georgian parliament harshly criticized "the fact of blocking the OSCE and UN missions in Georgia by Russian Federation". In the opinion of the country's legislative body, "this is part of the Russian policy aimed at reducing the presence of international observers in the occupied territories (that is the way the Georgian authorities refer to the currently independent South Ossetia and Abkhazia" - ed.) which is going to facilitate the effectuation of Russia's intents".
Thus, using the Goebbels' propagandistic methods, the Georgian authorities are again trying to plant into the world's mind these two false statements about the "ethnic cleansing" and "Russian aggression". Meanwhile, it is the Georgians who have been protecting Georgia and, from time to time, Ossetia from the Ossetians for 20 years and it was the Georgians who had been thoroughly preparing the army for a military operation in Tskhinval within several years.
However, the delegates did not confine themselves with those two accusations. In addition, they criticized the fact of the borders of the two republics being guarded by the Russian Federal Security Service troops. According to the Georgian parliamentarians, this is "the Russian Federation's attempt to legalize the actual border established by way of the military occupation which goes against the basic international law standards". Though, according to the American standards, which Georgia is trying to follow today, such actions are within the international law, for someone should protect the republics from Georgia which is ready to bomb them again and again. Or, do the rights of the Ossetians and Abkhazians somehow differ from the rights of the Albanians, which were protected in 1999 from Serbia by the whole block of NATO?
The fourth item of the parliament's statement refers to the Kavkaz-2009 Russian military exercises.