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Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister called Medvedev’s appeal “aggressive”

2008-11-06 11:03

Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister, called the appeal of the Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, to the Federal Assembly "aggressive", Regnum informs.


"In the times, when international community is waiting for positive signals from Russia in everything concerning relationships with our country, Medvedev's statements prove that Russian policy in relationships with Georgia will not be changed", - she shared. Tkeshelashvili expressed regret for "little constructivism" in the President's speech. "Russia still adheres to aggressive policy, and it finds its reflection in certain actions of Moscow", - she underlined.

To be precise, on November, 5th , in his appeal to the Federal Assembly, Dmitry Medvedev stated "Georgian army attacked Russian peacekeepers, and it turned a tragedy for thousands , for the whole peoples. As a result of this provocation, the situation in the region grew tense ".

"The Caucasian conflict was used as pretence for drawing NATO warships in the Black Sea. Later - for accelerated intrusion of American anti-missile systems to Europe. That would surely lead to retaliatory measures from the Russian side. In this way, the local risky venture of the Tbilissian regime resulted in growing tension not only in the region, but also in the whole Europe, in the whole world", - Medvedev stated.

He also mentioned "the decision to force the aggressor to peace and the operation conducted by our servicemen was not against Georgia or Georgian people; its aim was to save people of the republic and Russian peacekeepers. To ensure long security of South Ossetia and Abkhasia peoples. In the first line - to save them from Tbilisian regime criminal adventurism recurrences".


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