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Mishiko revealed Turkish trump card to Bagapsh2011-04-11 21:17
Saakashvili's power has long since discredited itself in the country but the Georgian president managed to maintain his "democratic" reputation in the international arena using bald lie. EU opened eyes only after August 2008 and now the rest of the countries gradually realize the nature of Tbilisi's regime. Israel has actually frozen any contacts with Georgia because of the conviction of Rony Fuchs and Ze'ev Frankiel. Now that Abkhaz leader Sergey Bagapsh went on a visit to Turkey it became clear that Ankara has also growth tired of Mishiko's fruitless yelling.
that Ankara has also growth tired of Mishiko's fruitless yelling.
However ardently the Georgian president tried to prove that his regime is the democratic West's outpost in the Caucasus providing him every kind of support, the latest events clearly point at the world community's weariness of his empty fanfaronade. This fact forces the Georgian president to extend the repressive measures he earlier used only against his own citizens to representatives of other countries.
The first sign was a process against Israeli businessmen Rony Fuchs and Ze'ev Frankiel, whose only fault was that the Georgian government owed them almost one hundred million dollars and refused to give the money back. In response, Tel-Aviv announced Georgian officials and parliamentary deputies personas non-grata and put Georgia on the black list of the countries constituting a threat for the Jewish state and the local business circles declared their intention to wind up any business contacts with the Georgian partners.
But is looks like Saakashvili's repressive slaughter is just gaining pace. Another victim of Tbilisi dictator was a businessman from Turkey. Yesterday, Chief Prosecutor's Office arrested Iyaman Chagatay, having accused him of appropriating budget means. According to the government's authorities, the Turkish businessman received two million laris for the construction of a citrus production plant from the state budget in the context of concessional lending in 2008. However, Chief Prosecutor's Office asserts that Chagatay simply appropriated the major part of money and is now facing 12 years of imprisonment.