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Only prepositions are true in statement by Georgia’s Foreign Ministry2010-08-30 11:13
Saakashvili regime's ministry of foreign affairs has again pleased fans of surrealism and absurdity. On the second anniversary of recognition of Abkhazia's and South Ossetia's independence by Russia Grigol Vashadze's authority is here with a new message. The document is perfect from the point of view of falsehood and hypocrisy: its authors truly deserve an award- if there be any - "for the best diplomatic statement where only prepositions are true".
Reading this product by Joseph Goebbels' followers is a wonderful remedy for those who find the smell of roses too strong to take reality adequately. Before the statement was published one could have betted one's fortune and all body parts that Tbilisi would repeatedly declare that nighttime shelling of Tskhinval from "Grads" and barbarous extermination of peaceful population of the capital of South Ossetia were a result of a provocation on the Georgian army by Russian peacekeepers and the republic's militia they were instigating. If you don't know the subject here is the Georgian version: "On 7 August, 2008, Russia launched a full-scale military aggression against the neighboring sovereign State."
Below is an essential reference to the support provided to Georgia by the world community. But Saakashvili's diplomats miss their aim here. The "world community" which practically always fails to resist the charm of the Georgian president and his patrons overseas explicitly indicated that Tbilisi is considered an aggressor. However, there were attempts to interpret conclusions made by Heidi Tagliavini's commission in favor of Georgia. Being surprised at the twists and turns of Georgian diplomats gets real tiring.
Now, however, Saakashvili regime has found a round-about in its attempts to discredit Russia's decision to acknowledge independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Understanding that the republic won't return to Georgia's sovereign fold Tbilisi is trying to blacken Tskhinval's and Sukhum's current living as well as Russia's support provided to these two independent states in Caucasus. "Russia still continues to carry out its criminal activities on Georgia's occupied territories, in particular, through their militarization, economic expansion, and predatory policy involving the destruction of the cultural heritage and appropriation of natural resources", - Georgia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs states.