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RF Deputy: USA acknowledge prematurity of Caucasus war conclusions2009-07-08 20:32
USA's stand on the August events in the Caucasus is changing in favor of Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This is the conviction of Konstantin Kosachev, Russian State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman, ITAR-TASS reports.
As he stated at a press conference in Moscow, President Barack Obama understands how premature conclusions on the August 2008 military operations in the Caucasus were. "Dynamics show our rightness is confirmed, not Georgia's position expressed in 2008", - Kosachev remarked.
As Georgia Times reported during his visit to Moscow US President Barack Obama called for preservation of Georgia's territorial integrity but opposed its military restoration. According to Kosachev the second part of Obama's statement can be interpreted as "a signal to Tbilisi". "I agree that we differ on what happened but I have not noticed categorical tone of this US position that was heard at the time of George Bush", - the deputy said.