Saakashvili: Medvedev thinks of me too much
President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili expressed his surprise of the fact that in a recent interview Russian President Dmitry Medvedev had paid most of attention to relations between Moscow and Tbilisi, as well as to his person.
"Sometimes I wonder why so much attention is paid to us? Two days ago I saw on TV, as the president of much larger country is speaking about our country, but in reality he has no power. And he is in the shadow of another person in reality" - as reported by IA SakhaNews, Saakashvili said this during a meeting with young people from Belarus at the youth patriotic camp.
According to him, Medvedev has spent about 40 minutes from 55, during which lasted interviews, for discussion of the Russian-Georgian relations. "If he has spoken about me during 40 minutes, perhaps, he has been thinking about me for 40 days and even more" - Saakashvili said.
Earlier, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that the Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili should be brought to the international tribunal.
At the same time the Russian president had also said that everything what the president of Sakartvelo did is a flagrant violation of international law.
"But given the fact that international community can hardly rely on the position of Russia, I think that the creation of an international tribunal at the moment is unreal" - said Medvedev, adding that the final court will be historic, and the intermediate court will be held by voters of Georgia.