Dzhavahidze: Mr Saakashvili, Georgia turned to Russia?
Leader of the movement "For Fair Georgia" Sergo Dzhavahidze demanded president Mikhail Saakashvili to explain his views on the creation of a "united Caucasus".
As reported by the "Medianews", Dzhavahidze believes that these ideas of the Georgian president raise questions about the foreign policy of the current government. "Mr. President, how do you imagine the union of the Caucasus in one form or another at that time, when Georgia has officially committed to Western values, Armenia - to Russian and Azerbaijan - to a well-balanced between the West and Russia policy? Does your statement mean that the entry into NATO and the pursuit to the European Union is not a priority for Georgia? Does your statement mean that Georgia changes the vector of its foreign policy towards Russia?" - said Dzhavahidze.
Recall, during a meeting with members of a youth camp in the Georgian resort Anaklia Mikhail Saakashvili has suggested that the political unification, resembling the European Union, can be created in Caucasus. "Caucasus will be united soon and all Caucasus nations will solve their problems together just like the nations of the European Union. Caucasus has absolutely all the resources in order to be free and united. Of course, they will retain their nationality, their borders and their own peculiarities. But it's still one region" - said the president of Georgia.