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Georgia saw “Moscow’s hand” in Byelorussian disorders2010-12-21 15:10
In the opinion of Georgian political experts, a "Russian trace" can be seen in the disorders that started in Minsk in the course of the president election.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to expert Vasil Chkoidze, Moscow allegedly wants Lukashenko's state to be "as illegitimate in the eyes of the West as possible".
On his part, Gia Nodia paid attention to the visits of the Byelorussian oppositionists to the Russian capital preceding the elections of the head of the state. He assumes Russia is interested in Lukashenko's "diminishing and resignation".
Let us remind you that Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze has stated that the official Tbilisi is interested in fair presidential elections in Byelorussia.
She says Georgia and Byelorussia are connected by long-standing allied relations, including the economy field."We've got many interesting plans in this direction and, naturally, it is very important that the elections result in a picture that would be acceptable for the civilized world", - the Georgian diplomat added.