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Native Georgia and even Europe are intimidated by Russia2008-11-20 16:43
Supposedly Russia is threatening them and dreams of coming back to the world as the reformed Soviet Empire. This is what Georgia's foreign minister Ekaterina (Eke) Tkeshelashvili thinks or just says.
The reason to recall the USSR was a statement of Russia's Minister of Defense Anatoly Serdyukov.
"We are concerned about the Georgian authorities growing the military potential and their intention to "drag" the country into NATO - he stated following the meeting with Turkey's Minister of Defense in Ankara. - Georgia's striving for NATO can trigger a more serious conflict than it was in August".
Georgia's main diplomat perceived a transparent hint of another act of pacification with the armed force here.
"Russia is threatening not only to Georgia but to Europe too, - said the anxious Tkeshelashvili - It is testified by Medvedev's statement on siting "Iskander" complexes in Kaliningrad which Europe took as a direct threat. Now Russia does not seem to be more constructive. Surely it does not mean that the Russian authorities will renounce the line they initiated with aggression against Georgia. Moscow is longing for a new empire. But in whatever way Russia might try to restore the Soviet Union it will not manage it in the modern international community. Moscow misunderstands the position of the world"
According to a specification added by vice premier minister Georgy Baramidze Russia's new intervention is possible in case the world community continues to be inert. He is constantly backed up by the leader of the parliamentary minority Georgy Targamadze that in order to help the western politicians to get rid of the burden of disinformation called for immediate neutralization of hostile propaganda against Georgia.
"The country's reputation is being tarnished day after day" - Targamadze stated. - Against this background our foreign office's passivity that has recently become evident is absolutely unclear. At the time of the events in Tskhinval and for about a month thereafter Georgia was distinctly winning over the Russian Federation in the information war. For the past two weeks there has been a tendency that the balance is changing. Unfortunately we see no active steps from our side".
Roughly speaking instead of Bolsheviks from the north whose arms are elbow-deep in blood for some reason the world community did not notice Tskhinval taken to pieces and started making conclusions that turned out unpleasant for Tbilisi. It was again Eke Tkeshelashvili to offer excuses. In reply to the criticism she displayed "killing" figures and facts that do not mean much in fact: