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USA didn’t consider psychological type of Saakashvili – expert2010-07-27 16:13
Vladislav Shurygin, the military expert, believes the war in South Ossetia in 2008 was provoked by American military, but they were let down by Georgian President's inadequate behavior - Osinform.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the view of Shurygin, the USA planned to compromise Russia at any cost, but they didn't consider "psychological peculiarities" of the Georgian President. "These times everything came to the figure of Saakashvili, who seriously let Americans down. The States planned to "frame" Russia in the case with Georgia. But everything went wrong - Saakashvili went psycho, dashed forward, and right after that ran away very quickly," the expert highlighted.
It's worthy noticing that according to the recent NDI survey, Georgians themselves trust their leader even less. Only 26 per cent of respondents would like to see him the prime Minister after expiration of his presidential term in 2013.