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Mishiko shows “sovok” to Cameron2011-11-15 20:32
Mikheil Saakashvili was invited to Great Britain for a meeting with British PM David Cameron and the Conservative Party. As a special guest, the Georgian president delivered a pathetic speech in the Tower on ideals and values the Caucasian republic pursues. He also referred to the head of Russian government Vladimir Putin, a most probable next president of Russia.
Over the recent time the Georgian leader has been widely criticized. That is why the visit to London where Mikheil Saakashvili was received very heartily, will be the balm to his heart injured by the misunderstanding of the global community. Sayeeda Warsi, chair of Britain's Conservative party invited the sufferer to a large greeting party organized by the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformers. Grateful Mishiko sang like a bird unable to keep himself in check.
It is just fearful to imagine how he will torture opponents at a conference organized by the International Democratic Union. Certainly, head of Sakartvelo acted on larger stages. Yet he was not received so well anywhere else. This Union was established in 1983 by a group of individual political figures, conservatives, comprising former British PM Margaret Thatcher, US vice president George Bush Senior and German chancellor Helmut Kohl. The purpose is to coordinate policies, exchange experience and work out a unique position on international issues. As we know, Georgia has its "hidden dangers" - South Ossetia and Abkhazia - whose status arouses many disputes on both sides of the Atlantic. No wonder Mikheil Nikolozovich is trying to turn the balance in his favor when occasions offer.
"The Conservative Party has a long history of friendship with this man since the time when we were in opposition. David Cameron paid a personal visit to Georgia in 2008. I am glad to present a wonderful president of a wonderful country, Mr. Mikheil Saakashvili", - Baroness Sayeeda Warsi said. Indeed, the oppositional British politician was in Georgia at the time of the Georgian -South Ossetian conflict. Yet, it is doubtful that Cameron was concerned of the country's destiny. He had a better option at stake - British parliament.