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Georgia can start a terrorist network in Caucasus - expert2010-08-09 18:27
Mikhail Alexandrov, a Russian political scientist, believes that Georgia can expand a terrorist network in South Caucasus to exert subversive and terrorist pressure in the region - Osinform.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yet he's sure that a repeated aggression of Saakashvili regime against South Ossetia is impossible in the nearest time, as now a Russian military base is deployed there.
"Now Georgians were taught a good lesson, but they will gradually test the strength of South Ossetian border, and will, possibly, send subversive agents," the expert said in the interview.
Alexandrov thinks the world community is unlikely anyhow prevent Saakashvili regime's aggressive actions against South Ossetia and Russia. In his opinion, the most effective way to prevent Georgian subversions is to form counter-terrorist units and establish border-monitoring system.