Saakashvili has again accused Russia of preparation of terrorist acts
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said that he ascribed seven explosions that took place over the last year and five attempts to Russian efforts to destabilize the country, reported "Rosbalt".
"Orders on bombings, including on attack of the U.S. embassy, were given at the highest levels of Russian government" - said the Georgian leader.
Earlier, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that information about the involvement of Russian secret services to a series of attacks in Georgia is "a lie and a provocation". Medvedev also said that this topic was not on the agenda of his talks with foreign leaders. "I tell you very plainly: no leader of any country discussed this issue" - said Medvedev.
"Maybe it will even be a little sad for Georgia, but I honestly tell you: now all this topic is not on the agenda for my talks with European leaders, in general, it just doesn't exist. Indeed, it was hard in 2008 because the conflict occured but now it just does not exist" - said Russian President.
It's worth remembering that in fall 2010 in Georgia, a number of attacks, including attack of the U.S. embassy, took place. Georgian authorities accused Russian officer Evgeny Borisov of its conducting. In result of the case there were arrested six people and two more are wanted. The Russian Defense Ministry stated that it was not warranted to accuse some of the Russian officers of being involved in these bombings.