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Opposition: Europe sees Saakashvili as thereat to security2010-02-16 10:20
International community sees a threat to own security in Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, said Irakli Alasania, the pro-opposition Alliance for Georgia leader in his interview to Kviris Palitra newspaper.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Several days ago Alasania participated in the conference on security in Munich - the VZGLYAD.
"Europe doesn't really see Saakashvili and the present-day government of Georgia as reliable partners in security issues," he noted.
According to the opposition leader, not August war 2008 alone is the reason for that. "Even before the war Saakashvili was notable for inconsistency in the issues of solving conflicts, military rhetoric addressed to Russia in his words," Alasania said.
"In Georgian society he excessively nourished expectations of integration into NATO, though NATO member countries didn't give hope for that, i.e. there were no grounds," he said.
In the view of Alasania, "The West considers it populist steps of Saakashvili, and that's why the idea of Georgia's integration into NATO suffered."