Bakradze: NATO should pay attention to Medvedev's words
According to the head of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, the recent statement of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev about the war in August 2008 are direct signal for the Alliance. As reported by "Georgia-News", thus Bakradze commented Medvedev's speech at the plenary session.
"Yesterday's statement by Medvedev is a direct signal to NATO. They should pay attention to the fact that yesterday he had twice made the same comment a - during the meeting with military officers and journalists, that he excludes that Medvedev has messed up something and it was his firm position", said Bakradze.
Recall, on the eve, at the meeting with soldiers in the headquarters of the 58th Army in Vladikavkaz, the Russian leader said that the operation to force Georgia to peace in 2008 was necessary. ""It happened more than three years, but most importantly is that our approach, assessment of the events of that period, do not change", said Medvedev.
"Our army was to take appropriate measures to rescue a large number of citizens from the threat, which came at that time to the territory of Georgia, subsided, if not completely removed", said the Russian president. "We managed to do it", he stressed.
According to Medvedev, if Russia would have "wavered" in 2008, then the world would have a different geopolitical plan. A number of countries that could be "artificially pulled into NATO is likely to be in this plan", said the Russian president.