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Saakashvili embarks on a “dialogue enforcement” operation2011-01-21 17:46
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili again gave away his main dream of starting negotiations with Moscow. He must be realizing that only a dialogue with Russian party will let him preserve at least one chance of escaping the dock of the Hague tribunal. However, admitting one's mistakes is not the way the Georgian leader is ready to follow. That's why his statements on the necessity to activate a negotiating process are somewhat hysterical.
"Russia must agree to a dialogue with us without any preconditions. It would be the most logic step", - Saakashvili said in his interview to the Voice of America radio station. Besides, Georgian president is trying to convince the western audience of the fact that Russian politicians and diplomats realize the necessity of an immediate restart of relationship between Moscow and Tbilisi.
Moreover, Saakashvili declared that his intentions are considered to be peaceful in Russia, which believes the utterances of the Georgian regime representatives about attaining the "return" of Abkhazia and South Ossetia under their sovereignty solely by diplomatic methods.
Fortunately, many European and American politicians have understood long ago that Saakashvili can be trusted only in one case when he is again harping on the necessity of providing assistance to Georgia by the West. Any other revelations of the leader of the long-withered Rose Revolution are nothing but open lie, or contain several implications. Very often, Saakashvili not only crosses the line but really goes very far. In this case, the Georgian president's statements seem to reveal overt and uncovered provocation. He is again trying to make a dove of peace of himself in the eyes of the western countries, ready for a dialogue with the "occupant". It's the "aggressive Russia" which puts obstacles on the way of loyal friendship of the people of Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
However, this time he made quite a rigid statement. It looks like his visit to the USA turned out to be a failure. Let us remind you that the Georgian president went to the USA to attend a commemorative event connected with the decease of a well-known American politician Richard Holbrooke.
Saakashvili tried to use to his benefit even the death of this long-standing ally. He held several meetings with the most loyal senators and delivered a speech at the American Business Institute. Moreover, Mikheil Nikolozovitch managed to talk to US President Barack Obama, though their conversation was not characterized as an official bilateral meeting.