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Rogozin: the West doesn’t believe “Saakashvili’s tales”2008-11-25 10:01
Western countries don't believe statements of Georgian administration concerning the supposed firing of the motorcade with Presidents of Poland and Georgia, that took place on Sunday evening, said Dmitry Rogozin, the Permanent Representative of Russia to NATO, in today's air of Vesti 24, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously Polish administration stated that the motorcade with Polish and Georgian presidents (Lech Kaczynski and Mikhail Saakashvili respectively) inside, was supposedly fired on Sunday on the border of South Ossetia.
"It's obvious that no-one believes Saakashvili's tales. I think, this story will only deteriorate his completely spoilt reputation ", - Rogozin said.
"Our colleagues, including American ones, shrug shoulders when they hear of yesterday's incident at the border", - he added.
The first messages of firing at South Ossetian border appeared after Mikhail Kaminski's (Minister Chancellor, who was in the motorcade as well) live presentation.
At the same time, the peacemaking forces staff didn't confirm the information of possible participation of Russian peacemakers in the firing. Russian Ministry if foreign Affairs and authorities of South Ossetia also disclaimed the fact of firing.