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Nino Burjanadze: Georgia lost the trust of the West2008-11-12 10:52
"In recent times the statements of European leaders have witnessed that their assessments of the war in August are changing, and they are giving Georgia bad marks", - said Nino Burjanadze, the ex-Speaker of Georgian Parliament.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She meant the statement of Nicolas Sarcosy, the President of France, of Russia. He said that Russia fulfilled the cease-fire agreement and it was high time for the resumption of dialogue with Moscow, Civil Georgia informs.
«This tendency is caused by a great number of reasons, including intensive work of Russia in this issue», - said Burjanadze in her interview to the Utsnobi radio.
«But, at the same time, the rule of Georgia lost the trust of our Western partners. Now our primary task must be the restoration of this trust», - she said, and added that she felt the present rule failed this task.
On November, 11th the Guardian alluded to Jaak Aaaviksoo, the Estonian Minister of Defense and stated: «We must admit that the merit of trust to Tbilisi dropped. Several countries saw clearly that Georgia had acted in an unpredictable way».