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Mikhail, a disabled of big politics2011-10-19 13:44
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili continues to pour crocodile tears over Abkhazia which untimely escaped from his hands. This time, it became clear that Russia which has stood up for the republic's independence, "struck the sore point and vitally important places" and that the best Georgians lived in Abkhazia. Saakashvili has declared himself a refugee - until the republic returns to Georgia. It's a pity the president. Eternal wanderings is the unenviable fate.
What we have - do not store, lost - crying. It's just about Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and his attitude towards the republics, departed from the country. Being a part of Sakartvelo, Abkhazia and South Ossetia were not happy, otherwise they would not race for independence. But now Mishiko argue that there lived the best Georgians and separation of Abkhazia made Georgia a disabled. And of course, Russia is guilty.
"Russia, when they struck Abkhazia for the first time, struck one of the most educated, most straightened, the most talented part of our society. It was a direct attack on the very vitally important organ because we are talking not just about control over the land, it's about that they had decided initially that Georgia should be a disabled. The population has lost their future. I want the conquerors, who had cleared up at our land, to hear today - nothing came out of it. Many people could not stand it, but here we have our children who are citizens of Georgia", Georgian President said, opening a residential district for the displaced in Poti.
Yes, that's right, Russia struck the vital organs of unfortunate Georgia and supported the breakaway Abkhazia. Interestingly, what the refugees felt while listening to the president, considering that in general the situation in the country is more than unenviable. We are talking about those resettlers who were expelled from their homes in Anaklia. There they impeded to build "seven-star resort" and generally were spoiling the appearance of the coast, so they were removed to Poti.