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Saakashvili: Georgia for good relations with Russia but not at the price of own interests2009-06-11 11:55
"Georgia wishes good relations with Russia, but not to the detriment of the country's interests", said Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, at the sitting of the government on Wednesday - Day.Az.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the president, the Georgian side "will not kneel in front of Russia and will not beg". "We will not sign a single capitulation agreement", Saakashvili said.
He underlined that he never insulted Russian politicians and leaders. "There were no irritating provocative rhetoric from our side. Has anyone heard from me, except from the tall tales told about me, offensive words or personal mockery of any Russian politicians or leaders?", Saakashvili asked.
"Opponent must be respected, but departing from the interests of own country is not allowed," he added. Saakashvili promised Georgia would definitely form as a free, modern and democratic country.
"We will liberate our territories - it has no historical alternative, and we will not leave this task to the next generation, we are working on it every day", he promised.