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Kaczynski asked to blame no-one for the incident in Georgia2008-11-24 15:06
Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland, asked to blame no-one for the incident in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Polish leader, he himself asked to change the route of presidential motorcade, stated Kaczynski as he returned to Warsaw from Tbilisi, ITAR-TASS informs.
"Risk was necessary. The president of Poland should bear this responsibility. I agreed for everything that happened in Georgia. I wasn't afraid ", - he said in the airport.
Kaczynski didn't comment Russian-Polish relationships in connection with the incident.
As it had been previously mentioned, on Sunday evening, on Georgian-South Ossetian border shots were heard near his car. No-one was injured in the incident.
Polish President arrived in Georgia to participate in celebrations of the fifth anniversary of the "Rose Revolution".
Visiting territories near South Ossetian border wasn't included in the official program of Kaczynski's visit to Georgia.