Armenians are ready to shares of disobedience to Saakashvili
Javakhk Diaspora in Russia announced a special statement in which it demanded an explanation from the President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili who had earlier declared all enemies of Azerbaijan his personal enemies.
"If he won't give a public explanation or refutation, Javakhk Diaspora in Russia will consider statements of President Mikhail Saakashvili as a unilateral desire to see Armenia as an enemy of Georgia" - this, as reported by "Medianews," said in a statement of the organization.
Diaspora's activists have also warned that in case of ignoring their demands they are ready to begin civil disobedience in Javakheti, as well as to call on its people to boycott the parliamentary and presidential elections.
Recall, recently Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said that Georgia and Azerbaijan have special relations.
"Georgia and Azerbaijan should stand for each other taking into account our geographical position and common history. We share a common vision, we have strong ties. I am convinced that our countries will be able to create a better future through our unity, good relationships and common successes. Both our states have serious problems with regard to unresolved conflicts and every opponent of Azerbaijan and Georgia is an enemy of both our countries. Our power lies in unity, this is reality"- said Saakashvili in comments, published in a special issue of the journal "The Business Year", dedicated to 20th anniversary of independence of Azerbaijan.
"Our relationship is more than just a regular cooperation. Georgia and Azerbaijan have been friendly countries for many years" - Saakashvili said.