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Georgian ex-ambassador in Russia believes that Saakashvili must apologize to his people2008-11-05 12:22
Erosi Kitsmarishvili, the latest and now the ex-ambassador of Georgia in Russia insists on his interrogation by the temporary parliamentary committee on investigating the event in August, "Civil Georgia" informs. According to the ex-ambassador, unless the committee obtains his evidence, "it means that its work is needed to stage a show, but not to find out the truth". "I'm a participant of the process preceded the July-August conflict in 2008, I know why didn't we manage to stop this large-scale confrontation", - Kitsmarishvili stated.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Those, who are to blame for starting this conflict from Georgian side, must be punished. Moreover, they must be prosecuted. I mean some high-ranking officials", - Kitsmarishvili underlined.
At the same time, Kitsmarishvili gave the President three tips on how to keep his power. Firstly, he calls Saakashvili to admit that, in the course of his presidential term, he failed to get Abkhasia and South Ossetia back, though it was his main election motto. Secondly, to admit that the war changed the date of Georgia entering NATO, thirdly, to start normalizing relationships with Russia right away in order to avoid "the Berlin Wall" between the two countries.
"The president must admit it and apologize to refugees and population of the rest of Georgia. The only chance for Saakashvili to keep his power is to do the actions mentioned above, - Kitsmarishvili