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Saakashvili compared Russia’s actions to crimes of Nazi Germany2010-01-22 12:40
At yesterday's lecture in the foreign ministry of Estonia Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, compared propaganda, conducted by Georgia, with actions of Nazi Germany during WW II.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said the level of Russian propaganda surpassed the one of the USSR, ERR reports.
Besides, Saakashvili is sure that Moscow hasn't renounced the idea to destroy Geprgia, as the very existence of the country and the fact Russia failed to subdue it, lets neighbouring countries know that obeying Russia isn't necessary.
"Vladimir Putin can't bear it, therefore something new will be invented and done in Russia," Georgian leader believes.
He turned to Estonia and asked it to confront Russian propaganda. In his view, Russia's behaviour threatens the stability of Caucasus region.
"In order to prevent another crime from happening, please help us in enlightening the world consciousness; do not allow the night to cover Georgia again," he called on.
When one of the listeners asked whether Georgia should forget about the past and look in thr future, he said in case it's done, Georgia will face a "new occupation" and ‘new manifestations of aggression from the side of Russia."
"Imagine your legs stuck somewhere, then why not to cut them off and adopt artificial limbs or use a wheelchair? So, we want return our legs and go! "