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Clown Mishiko made France laugh2011-10-18 14:25
French President recently visited Georgia, caused a furor there and went back home, and the local press continues to look for a secret meaning, honoring Mikhail Saakashvili, at the speeches of the guest. And finally, the French journalists, who were still interested in pregnancy of first lady Carla Bruni, got involved in this topic. Having awaited the birth Sarkozy, Jr., they closed this fertile topic and engaged in a retrospective. Only the Georgian leader is unlikely to love so much attention because the Parisian journalists are not Washington's scribblers.
journalists are not Washington's scribblers.
We must pay tribute to the Frenchmen: they practice the topic of Saakashvili on a positive wave, because the dark-haired charismatic man gives them a stable association with their own president. Reading the article in the online editions of the domain FR, you can't reproach authors of bias or anti-Georgian mood. But they whack Michail Saakashvili - so much so that nobody can find fault.
He's in a white shirt, dark-blue pants and watches Chanel. From time to time he looks at the economy minister who is immersed in reading a magazine", this is how the correspondent of French newspaper Capital has described a meeting with President Saakashvili, who showed foreign journalists a promotional DVD about Georgia. All the small details are flashy - glamorous watches, glamorous sunglasses by Prada, glamorous Vera Kobalia idly flipping glamorous magazine. For Europeans, this demonstration of male adequacy and wealth looks funny, like the advertising page of the "gloss".
The Capital constantly emphasizes promotional nature of foreign policy of Saakashvili. "He never miss a chance to draw attention to Georgia", the edition describes the appearence of Sakartvelo's leader at the international stage and along the way admires impeccable French pronunciation of Michail Saakashvili. The author chose an excellent description for the head of the Caucasian republics, calling him a joker, and generously quotes him in support of his point: "In 2011, the economy will grow by 10 percent", said the president. But the economists predict about 6 percent. "Believe me, you'll see", he dismissed all the objections with a smile.