WikiLeaks: Saakashvili said that Lukashenko hates Putin
WikiLeaks has published documents regarding the possibility of recognizing independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia by Belarus by representatives of Georgia and the United States.
As REGNUM, according to online materials, during a meeting Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and the deputy assistant secretary of state in September 2009 there were raised topic probable recognition of the sovereignty of the Minsk Tskhinval and Sukhum by Tina Kaidanow. In this conversation Kaidanow stressed that Washington was ready to put pressure on Lukashenko to prevent further developments.
In turn, Saakashvili stressed that in the event of an unfavorable for Tbilisi further developments, Georgia will be forced to leave the EU program 'Eastern Partnership', in order to refuse working with Belarus. He added that in fact the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko "hates Putin".
Recall, last year WikiLeaks began to put the publication of secret American documents on its site. Mostly that was secret diplomatic negotiations. WikiLeaks released hundreds of thousands of letters of American diplomats. This correspondence contains information on U.S. foreign policy strategy with regard to many countries.
Note also, previously the president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko stated that the decision to recognize independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia should be taken at the session of the Belarusian parliament, but it has never been included in the agenda of the parliament of the country.
The independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia is now recognized by four UN members - Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Nauru.