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Yushchenko helped Saakashvili with special units too2010-01-25 18:29
Having sent siloviki to Ukrainian presidential elections, Mikheil Saakashvili responded, as Viktor Yushchenko, the Ukrainian leader, on November 7th 2007, sent riot police to disperse opposition rallies, said Shalva Natelashvili, the Labor Party of Georgia leader, in his interview to Asaval-Dasavali [Tbilisi newspaper] -the VZGLAYD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"After the shift of power in Ukraine, which also came to office in result of a "coloured revolution", Saakashvili will have even no place to flee," he said.
In his view that's the reason of Givi Targamadze's [chairman of parliamentary committee for defense and national security] staying in that country now.
Natelashvili noted that Saakashvili and his circle intend to relocate their business interests to Baltic countries, in particular, to Estonia, which the Georgian leader visited several days ago.
On January 17th the first tour of presidential elections in Ukraine took place. 400 Georgian monitors, who arrived in Donetsk [Ukraine] weren't registered by Ukrainian Central Electoral Commission and past Monday came back to Georgia.
Representatives of the Party of Regions [Ukraine] stated there were policemen among these "monitors".