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Putin to cut something off Georgia?2011-08-25 18:49
It seems Georgia's top leaders have a reason to be afraid of the Russian PM. At first he promised to hang Mikheil Saakashvili by his genitals, and the latter can't stop repeating his fears o a narrow circle of statesmen who are brave enough to be his friends. Not long ago in an interview with Chechen TV channels Vladimir Putin confessed that "something must be cut off "politicians that seek alienation of North Caucasus from the Russian Federation. No wonder that Putin's return to the presidential office scares the Georgian leader to death.
Georgian leader to death.
While Washington's scarce suzerains from Eastern Europe think whether they should dig backtracks in case of Vladimir Putin's return to presidency, the Russian PM makes rather transparent hints announcing, so to say, his future policy toward Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili so that he didn't hope to remain unpunished for his attempts to set North Caucasian nations against the big brother.
The Georgian leader knows lots of ways to develop separatist activities toward Moscow. One of the active topics lobbied by the tiny republic in Caucasus is the so-called Circassian issue. To sustain his "rightness" Mr. Saakashvili periodically takes a small bunch of representatives of the diaspora onto the stage of the political theater struggling for cancellation of Sochi Olympics in 2014. Thus it becomes clear why Georgia has reanimated this "genocide of Circassians". It is a direct consequence of the August war in 2008 when Abkhazia and South Ossetia were acknowledged by Russia forced to protect human rights - but this is not all. They managed to take control of Kodory gorge, Akhalgori district and Liakhva corridor as compensation for victory.
What has become of Georgia in the meantime? Despite MIshiko's preaching that the country is developing economically and politically, the republic now has a huge flow of refugees and all dreams of quick Euro-Atlantic integration are totally frustrated. Hopes that the USA or EU will offer real, not rhetorical, military and political support are gone too. After all, nobody thought that the combat spirit of Georgian soldiers would be so poor.