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OSCE came to Georgia to spend the autumn season2010-09-09 10:31
OSCE Secretary General Marc Perrin de Brichambaut has arrived in Tbilisi. The principle point of his visit's agenda is Georgia's European integration. President Mikheil Saakashvili, Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze and Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze are waiting impatiently for the diplomat so as to tell the world community in his person about their problems and hardships once again. Depressing governmental speeches might also be clouded by the non-governmental opposition, which representatives Mr. Brichambaut is also planning to meet with.
Despite the fact that OSCE mission observers have left the Georgian territory, the regional organization spokesmen keep persistently visiting Tbilisi in order to discuss the issue that is so urgent for Caucasian state. However, the talks about admitting Georgia to European Council always end up with the western countries' suggestion to nourish democracy in the state.
The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Delegation under the guidance of Joao Soares and Special Representative for Nagorny Karabakh in Georgia Goran Lenmarker visited the country in March in the context of a trip around South Caucasus. At that time, just like today, the diplomats met with representatives of various branches of power to "see into the situation".
This time, it will be heads of foreign administrations of Estonia and Finland Urmas Paet and Alexander Stubb who will help Mr. Brichambaut evaluate Georgian democracy. It is no secret that these states have repeatedly promised powerful political support to the small Georgia intimidated by crafty "occupants". However, one doesn't have to be a Solomon to understand that the pitiful story with the "occupation" won't do with today's autocratic regime ruled by Mikheil Saakashvili. Besides, in August 2008, it was OSCE which, basing on the mission's report, declared that the blame for initiating a conflict must be laid upon Tbilisi.
There is an impression that leaders of European countries and international organizations have taken up a wait-and-see attitude and are meticulously crossing off the days in the calendar waiting for year 2013 to come. That's when Mikheil Saakashvili's presidential powers will expire and the entire world community will breathe freely, having got rid of the man who became famous for his sadistic treatment of his own tie. So far, they are making trips to Tbilisi in order to relax and have a warm, as long as summer is over in the Baltic and Scandinavian States and it's much warmer in Georgia.