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Mishiko exchanging armour for tourists2011-09-09 19:47
President of Sakartvelo Mikhail Saakashvili admitted at last that he actually needs Russia very much, or rather, he needs Russian people. It appears that Mishiko is not very lucky with European tourists; otherwise, why would he say that Georgia is exceedingly interested in guests from the "vicious", "alien" and "terrible" Russia? Well, the Georgian leader's feeble attempts to open eyes to reality may only be welcomed.
Yesterday, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili made a discovery of the age. The happy fact is that Sakartvelo's leader half-opened one of his eyes to cast it on reality. This remarkable event happened in Poland where Mishiko delivered a speech at the international economic forum of young leaders.
"We want to withdraw Russian armour from Georgia and receive as many Russian tourists as possible", - Mishiko stated. Well, armour could be attributed to Saakashvili's ordinary fantasies that have been chasing him since 2008. There is no Russian armour in the Georgian territory, for the official Tbilisi is not eager to "set up order and peace" in the neighbouring independent republics so far. But the Georgian president's enlightenment seems to be reassuring: it turns out that Sakartvelo needs Russian tourists.
Georgia's tourist sector is Mishiko's eternal love and pain. It is love because he can talk about it night and day, vividly describing crowds of tourists that are about to flow from Europe to his country, and it is pain because they still have not arrived. So sad! And those who come say unpleasant things about the president and his projects or simply cannot find common language with local residents, so sometimes things almost get to criminality.
"This country has got only one problem: a very strange president. He has made some stupid drawings in a children's notebook and now Batumi and Kutaisi are terrible towns", - this is the opinion of an unnamed Dutch who visited Tbilisi. These words were recently cited by the indignant Mishiko: well, Europe is full of itself and would not appreciate the president's imagination. And they call themselves cultured people, a cradle of civilization - ugh!
Another scandalous story has happened one of these days to the western guests from Germany. Three Germans with unconventional sexual orientation were careless enough to demonstrate it to the hot Georgian guys who "handled" them in a Caucasian manner: the gays were beaten and almost drowned in a mountain stream. The Germans luckily managed to escape to their motherland but the story surely won't raise Sakartvelo's tourist rating.