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Saakashvili: Obama will support Georgia more than Bush did2009-04-07 11:59
Mikheil Saakashvili is sure that Barack Obama, the new U.S. President, will support Georgia more than his predecessor, George Bush, did - Interfax.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The previous U.S. administration has never made even one half of those statements, which were made this time by President Obama," Saakashvili claimed yesterday in Kutaisi before the signing of the memorandum with the Egyptian company Fresh on building a free industrial zone in the city.
"The previous [U.S.] administration was speaking about excessive use of force [apparently referring to the term "disproportionate use of force"]; while this man [President Obama] said: invasion, aggression, occupation. He gave correct names to everything," the Georgian leader stated.
"When the country is successful, everybody wants to make friends with you and to support you," Saakashvili said and added that all the planned projects must be implemented. A the same time, he admitted that Georgia is facing many challenges now.