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European Union to look after Saakashvili2011-07-07 20:02
Brussels is going to replace the head of the European Union mission in the Caucasus. Now Andrzej Tyszkiewicz, a Pole, will keep an eye on the brave Georgian Rambos who are so fond of provoking conflicts at the border with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. As was expected, the official Tbilisi has already started heaping praises upon the new supervisor. It is unclear so far, though, whether Tyszkiewicz will imitate his predecessor Hansjörg Haber who was noted for his ambiguous and sometimes scandalous statements.
and sometimes scandalous statements.
The European Union mission has been staying in Georgia for almost three years. For the whole of this period, Europeans have been hopelessly trying to make friends with Abkhazia and South Ossetia so as to ensure the observers' access to the Caucasian republics. But everything was in vain, for they were not going to recognize the right of sovereignty of the two peoples, constantly underlying Tskhinval and Sukhum's belonging to Tbilisi and thus encouraging the Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili's territorial expectations.
Until this spring, the missioners had been guided by German diplomat Hansjörg Haber who was noted not for some good deeds and mission development in the region but for his ambiguous and sometimes absurd statements.