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Lavrov: Georgian issue is no longer an obstacle in relations of Russia and the West2009-08-05 12:40
Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia, believes: the recent visit of Barack Obama to Moscow proved that the "Georgian issue" impedes the relations of Russia and the West no longer - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his view, "project Saakashvili" failed.
The minister admitted that "the information war continues," but "this is the irreversible echo of the old thinking." "What has happened cannot be turned back." "The reality exists and it will not go anywhere." Now this reality has stated to be openly recognized and this, in the view of Lavrov, "is an uneasy process for those who during the aggression against South Ossetia took not the side of truth, not the side of justice, not the side of public concern, after all, but sided with the bloc ideology policy." Among them the Russian diplomacy head named NATO saying that "NATO as an organisation sided with those who denied the facts in every possible way, who absorbed lies sounded from Tbilisi and with those who behaved following the old pattern, the pattern of the Cold War."
"We regard as abnormal the attempts inside [Obama's] administration to drag us back to the past, as did Vice president Joe Biden, a politician whom I know, and, surely, his recent interview to The Wall Street Journal, which looked like composed from speeches of Georgia Bush's administration employees," Lavrov said.