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Putin: Russia won’t leave Caucasus2009-12-03 18:48
In the course of today's question-and-answer session Russian PM Vladimir Putin said Russian wouldn't leave Caucasus - the Vzglyad.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"On the wish of citizens of Abkhazia and South Ossetia we will be able to render any feasible aid, even in today's complicated conditions of the global financial crisis. Concerning the reconstruction of South Ossetia, significant financial resources are implied in our state budget, they are reserved for these purposes, and for these purposes they'll be used," he highlighted.
Touching upon responsibility for unleashing the 50day war, Putin said that "Georgian people itself will make decision on the responsibility of the politicians, who lead to these severe and dramatic consequences."
"It is the attack on our military, who were performing their duty on international obligations. And somebody must surely be responsible for it," he highlighted.