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Medvedev: Saakashvili’s regime responsible for August events2009-07-14 14:39
Georgia launched the war in the Caucasus in August 2008 and Saakashvili is responsible for the tragic events of those days.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's statement at the meeting with military sailors in Sochi, RIA Novosti reports.
The Russian leader mentioned his yesterday's visit to South Ossetia together with Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov.
"It was our first visit to the new state that was created almost a year ago after most impudent aggression unleashed by the Georgian regime", - the president remarked highlighting that the responsibility for the five-day war was entirely on Georgia's current leaders.
"This is not our task to do a debriefing. One day Georgian people will give judgment to Saakashvili's regime, to those who took part in the massacre", - Medvedev stated.
As Georgia Times reported earlier Russian President Dmitry Medvedev was on a visit to the Republic of South Ossetia recently.
In Tskhinval Medvedev was received by President of the Republic Edward Kokoyty and government officials.
As noted by the Russian President Russia is ready to enhance relations with South Ossetia and implement joint projects in a variety of spheres.
"I would like to express my gratitude to you for having invited me to the new country, the new state, to South Ossetia that emerged as a result of drastic events and that was supported by Russian people in a difficult time. I believe today's short visit of the Russian president will lay the foundation for this kind of contacts and friendly relations, - Medvedev said addressing Kokoyty.