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Saakashvili enters the new year. After Putin2012-01-06 12:35
You can not come to power without supporters and not to make a single enemy. This statement fits all rulers, including Mikhail Saakashvili. The main enemy of the Georgian president, as you know, is Vladimir Putin. But despite the fact that Saakashvili does not miss the slightest opportunity to taunt the Russian prime minister, his actions sometimes are "cribbed" from Vladimir Putin.
Since Mikhail Saakashvili's coming to power in Georgia, he's constantly saying that his country had finally embarked on the right path - to Europe. Shevardnadze's troubled times are behind, and Saakashvili is confidently leading the state to a bright future with roses in his hands. There's only one obstacle on his way - restless Russia. Even under the documents it is called a "threat number one" for the Caucasian republic. This also applies to Vladimir Putin.
Saakashvili cannot love Putin at all. The reason for this is reluctance of the Georgian president to admit defeat in the 2008 war and the promise of Vladimir Putin to hang Georgian leader "by the balls". Saakashvili cannot easily part with the territory, once a part of Georgia, and such threats remain in memory for a long time. But despite the fact that Saakashvili does not miss the opportunity to taunt the Russian prime minister, you must be extremely inattentive not to notice how the President of Georgia "copies" the head of the Russian government. For all the time in power, Saakashvili has made a lot of steps "from love to hate" to Putin and the past year was no exception.
Mikhail Saakashvili has been repeatedly saying that he would not be such as Putin. However, this did not prevent him from learning skiing, to dive exactly after the Russian prime minister in Lake Baikal and to ride a bike. In the latter, it must be admitted, Vladimir Putin was surpassed. If Putin calmly rode it in conjunction with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Saakashvili went further - he has memorialized the two-wheeled friend. Yes, Georgia has a monument to the bicycle. However, the Georgian leader has not still been noticed playing badminton.