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Georgia accused Russian President of cynicism2010-08-09 15:27
The Foreign Ministry of Georgia asks the world community to affect the behavior of Russia - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Ministry is discontent with Russia's any moves to South Ossetia and sees the recent visit of President Medvedev to the republic as a "cynical act."
"This so-called "visit" to the occupied territory of the sovereign state, carried out in a manner of the Soviet political leaders, represents yet another cynical act, through which Russia once again confirms that it thinks little of its own international obligations, and it was not going and has no intention to fulfill either point of the Agreement on cease-fire of 12 August 2008".
The Foreign Ministry thinks Russia tries to destabilize situation in Caucasus, and therefore addresses the world community.