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Turkmen are told about the “bad” Saakashvili2010-12-16 16:47
A documentary is screened in Turkmenian schools representing Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili as a negative example of a politician subject to U.S.' influence.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to news.am, the film is shown to foreign language teachers in the educational institutions of Turkmenistan. The film is said to tell about the negative role of U.S.' policy for the whole world, while Georgia and its President Mikheil Saakashvili are imaged as one of the countries that is most influenced by Americans.
The film tells about the start of the Rose Revolution. According to the authors, mass struggles against the then authorities were initiated by the students who had been trained in the USA. The video record also contains an appeal to the teachers "not to succumb to the Americans' tricks and display fidelity to principles in dealing with the young"