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The Speaker of Polish Parliament called the incident in Akhalgori “not serious”2008-11-24 16:59
The Marshal (Speaker) of Polish Sejm, Bronislaw Komorovsky, called the incident with the supposed firing of the car with Polish President inside, "not serious", RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"What was the visit, the like was the "attempt". To fail to hit a car only 33 yards away - the sniper must be blind ", - the Speaker was ironic.
For years Komorovsky was the Minister of Defense of Poland, and expressed several professional estimations of the Sunday incident in Georgia.
MPs have many questions to both Polish and Georgian sides, mentioned the Speaker. "The first aspect to discuss is the security of presidential motorcade and the fact of entering a dangerous zone (the very border of Georgia and South Ossetia) ", - Komorovsky said.
In his view, they should clear out, why did the bus with Polish press ran in front of the motorcade, and not in the rear, as it was usually done. The same question Polish journalists asked at the press conference in Tbilisi on Sunday evening, but there was no response from any of the sides.
Komorovsky, the ex-Minister of Defense, was bewildered with the fact of absence of guard officers by Polish President. "In case of threat the President is instantly put into a car, which then drives away immediately, or a guard officer shields the President. And there we saw two Presidents standing, talking; one of them looked like grinning (Saakashvili). It urges a lot of questions. ", - The Marshal of Sejm said.