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Georgia is Russia’s competitor in Caucasus, US experts claim2011-01-10 16:22
Experts at Jamestown Foundation research center (USA) are certain about Georgia's intention to become a more active player in North Caucasus.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Trend reports, official Tbilisi's policies last year show that the Georgian leaders want to become serious competitors to Russian power in the region.
"2010 turned out to be more difficult for Russia than the previous year in terms of its problems in the North Caucasus. Nearly all top Russian officials, including Russia's president, have had to acknowledge the worsening situation in the region", - it is reported. The US experts also believe that Georgia has good chances to achieve success in Caucasus since Russia's domestic problems will not allow Moscow to neutralize Georgia's activity.
It will be remembered that in 2010 Georgia was making attempts at extend influence onto republics of North Caucasus. One of the major projects proposed by the country's leaders was visa-free entry to Georgia for citizens of Dagestan, Ingushetia, North Ossetia, Karachaevo-Circassia and others.