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Russia denied Saakashvili’s charges of highly enriched uranium supplies to the Caucasus2010-04-23 14:20
According to The Associated Press agency, Russia has indignantly denied the charges of the Georgian president who associated Moscow with an attempt of the illegal transportation of uranium consignment and accused him of lying, InoSMI.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It is not the first time that Saakashvili is caught in a lie when he makes the statements that do not quadrate to facts, - Igor Lyakin-Frolov, the Foreign Ministry official representative underlined. - He should not give a lie for truth".
One of these days, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili accused Russia of "inviting unstableness". In the opinion of the Georgian leader, unstableness enables the smugglers to transport the highly enriched uranium to the Caucasus.
He said that Abkhazia and South Ossetia that proclaimed their independence have become the "black holes" in the safety field in the region. The Georgian leader underlined that Russia should be responsible for the control over the nuclear weapons spread in these regions since it "has occupied these territories". In his opinion, the incidents with the highly enriched uranium threaten Georgia's safety.
After that, Saakashvili underlined that Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir Putin left no hope of restoring the Soviet Union in any form, in which aspect Moscow "keeps playing its constant geopolitical games" around Georgia, the Georgian leader assured.