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Kutaisi has thrown out the flag2011-11-25 11:32
A new Government House in Georgia has been opened in Kutaisi. But the flag, hoisted over it, was not Georgian. And Saakashvili has tried himself as the excavator operator and asked to build a fake veneer.
In recent days, Mikhail Saakashvili, is strangely reminiscent of the Immortal Koshchei, who has been drowning, shooting, jumping from high floors, poisoning himself - in short, amusing himself as he wanted. The leader of Sakartvelo is also having good time. One of his "dreams" has come true: in Kutaisi, a new house of the Georgian government, more suitable for the reality show "Behind the Glass", has been opened. From now the city, proclaimed "the second capital of Georgia", is adorned by the strange glass-metal construction with the EU flag over it.
In anticipation of the people's astonishment from what the fact that the government will meet under foreign flags, Saakashvili explained that the blue-star flag is not fake, but the very real reality. "In December, we'll begin negotiations on a free trade agreement with the EU. This means that, presumably, one and a half years later we'll enter the European market. We have already managed to simplify visa regime with the EU and the introduction of visa-free regime means that Georgian citizens will be able to get on the plane at the Kutaisi Airport and fly to any European city without a visa", explained Mishiko.
Frankly, his interpretation, as usual, kneaded of the dense fantasy, is not too convincing. A version that new building will be periodically leased to the Government of the EU, if they would decide to meet somewhere on the outskirts, would have been much more logical. Moreover, as it turned out, the Georgian government would come to Kutaisi not always, but only for every third or fourth meeting. That is, the building is destined to remain empty for the most of the time. So, Saakashvili decided to offer this building to his "masters" from the European Union. On the other hand, it may be that the Georgian ministers will be pleased to have an illusion that they are sitting under the EU flag and ruling the destinies of all Europe.