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Compromising information for Georgia’s Pleasure2010-12-08 20:39
While British policemen were putting handcuffs on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, new sensational documents were published by the scandalous website. Georgians are leaping with joy: it turns out that the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline presents a great value for the USA. The pipeline was listed among Washington's national interests, which means its protection is one of the top-priority dimensions of the American hegemon's foreign policy. However, Georgia's companions in confederacy and business turnover, Azerbaijan and Turkey, do not share the neighbour's happiness and have reproved White House's wish-list.
happiness and have reproved White House's wish-list.
It is a deed of honour to defend one's country. After the terrorist attack against the Twin Sisters, Washington has toughened its migration policy, thus causing wide public approval, while in 2009, US State Department asked American diplomatic representatives in some of the countries to make up a list of strategic objects, which protection falls within their national interests. Now WikiLeaks is reporting readily: there is a piece of the stars-and-stripes pie in each spot of the planet, the pieces forming oil pipeline systems and large transport hubs. It is an enigma what the United States have got to do with the Congolese cobalt mine, snake antidote production in Australia, an insulin plant in Denmark and rare elements deposits in China.
However, Georgian authorities do not feel like going into details. They started rejoicing on finding out that the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline is put on the scandalous list of "American interests". The list also includes Sangachalski oil terminal located near Azerbaijani capital, and the Strait of Bosphorus and Strait of Hormuz. Unlike Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Iran take their time to welcome the news. Rather, they are displeased.
"The information disseminated by the WikiLeaks resource is provocative and is aimed at skillfully bringing together Azerbaijan and Turkey", - says Head of the Public and National Department of the Azerbaijani president's administration Ali Gasanov. According to him, the same manipulations are carried out by "external enemies" in respect of Teheran. "Some are looking for a platform to bear pressure upon Iran. But there are many of our fellow countrymen living there and we have got definite relationship with this country. We have always stated that Azerbaijan may serve as a platform for comradeship and cooperation", - the official underlined.