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Mishiko sending vibes to Kirghizia2011-12-06 10:09
Mikhail Saakashvili did his best not to turn his participation in the inauguration of the newly elected Kirghiz President Almazbek Atambayev into his personal PR show. It was a sin to miss the chance: the permanently lying Georgian leader has got few places to indulge in self-praise. The West takes him with patience so far though it does not take his lying seriously. But in his own country, the ground is almost hot under his feet, so he was falling over himself in Bishkek.
Head of the Georgian state tackled the task with due responsibility since the chances of high-level self-PR are generally few. Realizing that he was evidently invited by the Kirghiz out of charity so as not to insult the once brotherly nation of Sakartvelo, Mikhail Saakashvili tried to give each their own, addressing the most tumid words to the hero of the day.
"Today is the day of history not only for Kirghizia but for this region and the whole post-Soviet territory... I am sure the helm of state is in safe hands - the hands of the right president and team. The government should act for the benefit of people and should be successful... That is why we and all the freedom-loving peoples have retrieved each other in the post-Soviet space... This relationship will stand for centuries... That is why we feel a great sympathy for the Kirghiz people and with all our heat we want you to be successful", - the Georgian leader declared in Bishkek. This could be expected: after all, the assumption of office by the Kirghiz president must be the greatest event for the host of the elite meeting Almazbek Atambayev, especially that the Constitution of this Central-Asian state does not imply reelection for a second term.
However, the Georgian leader did not confine himself to heaping praises on the newly-elected president. He also mentioned Rosa Otunbaeva who acted head of the state after Bakiyev was disseated. Here he displayed his best Caucasian gallantry.