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Saakashvili: Georgia feels no hostility to Russia2009-10-16 15:49
"Russian soldiers invaded in Georgia, the country has over half a million of refugees, but despite it, there's no hostility to Russians in Georgia. I'm sure there are a lot of Russians with good attitude to Georgia", President Mikheil Saakashvili said - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Touching upon the events of august 2008, he said there must be some reaction of the Georgian side to what was happening "for so long".
The Georgian leader assured that the principles of democracy are observed in the country, as the authorities for 4 months allowed the opposition block the Parliament building. "I am the human rights defender, and believe in democracy and freedom," Saakashvili said.