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Over third of Georgians are still afraid of the aggression from the side of Russia2009-07-27 12:34
Over third of Georgians are afraid of the Russian aggression, revealed the survey conducted by Kviris Palitra (a Georgian weekly) - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
38.9 per cent answered positively, 28. 7 per cent- negatively, 32.4 per cent found difficulty answering.
In his interview to NTV channel Dmitri Medvedev, the President of Russia, expressed the opinion that after the shift of Saakashvili regime the relations between Russia and Georgia will be restored with consideration of the new realities.
Previously Mikheil Saakashvili, the Georgian leader, stated that after the meeting of Obama and Medvedev no new war Georgia was waiting from the side of Russia, can take place.