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Tbilisi replacing reforms by Soviet-type sofas2010-11-15 17:06
Ukraine seems to be pondering whether to finally join European Union and follow Brussels' policy or turn towards strengthening its ties with Russia. The Ukrainian camp has split: eastern part of the state is seeking Moscow's help, secretly hoping for a reunion with the former neighbor in the context of Union state following Byelorussia's example, while the western part is dreaming of integration into Euro-Atlantic structures. While Ukrainian authorities are hesitating, Georgia decided to dig up someone's kitchen garden.
The name of the kitchen garden is Lvov. First Deputy Chairman of Lvov Regional State Administration Miron Yankiv has met with Georgian Vice Prime Minister and Minister for Integration into European and Euro-Atlantic Structures Giorgy Baramidze. So long as Victor Yanukovich keeps silent and is evidently unwilling to learn how to build a strong and democratic state from Georgian authorities, Mr. Yankiv is eager to adopt his Georgian colleagues' experience.
Lvov has obviously taken a discretionary decision to act independently of the rest of Ukraine and is going to supply Iskra bulbs to Georgia, as well as butter and upholstered furniture, so that the light-fingered Georgian politicians would eat with pleasure, sleep with comfort and feel comfortable while reading their own draft laws. Lvovskaya region and Sakartvelo are also planning to develop cooperation in the field of agriculture, industry and machine-building. Very soon Ukrainian LAZes will range the Georgian villages, where the forty thousand South-African Boers will obviously be located.
Such economic cooperation reminds of a saying: "tails - I win, heads - you lose". Georgia has been talking about common future since 2002. At that time, Sakartvelo diplomats persuaded their Ukrainian colleagues to sign a program for cooperation between Lvovskaya and Imereti regions. However, the Caucasian republic's demands have much grown since then. In all appearances, being close to Europe, Lvov should dig up the whole of the Georgian land so as to kill two hares: finally stick to the neighboring Russia, immediately responding to Ukraine's smallest deviations from the "right" course, and at the same time, come out as a single block at the pending NATO summit.