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Picket against Saakashvili’s visit to be held in Estonia2010-01-21 15:43
Today activists of public organisations of Estonia organize a picket in front of the foreign ministry of the country, in the moment when Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, will deliver a lecture.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Maxim Reva, one of the rally organizers, the manifestation is aimed to protect peace and democracy in Caucasus and all over the world. "Those, who are concerned about visit to Estonia of President Saakashvili, who suppresses democracy in his state and instigates a war in Caucasus," Reva said.
He said he informed police about the picket via e-mail - the VZGLYAD.
Yesterday Mikheil Saakashvili arrived in Estonia with a 2-day visit.
Previously Georgia Times reported that activists of a number of Estonian public organisations campaigned against the visit of Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, to their country. They believed this visit could expose the national security of Estonia to threat.
Public organisations of Estonia believe that arrival of Saakashvili is encroachment on security of the top officials.
Activists believe the President of Georgia is an authoritarian dictator, violently defying human rights and, as the head of state, he's a participant of mass killings and genocide against people of South Ossetia.
In the view of Estonian NGOs, Saakashvili sometimes behaves inadequately amd can be a threat for people around him.