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Saakashvili: Georgia must not disappear as problem in relations between Russia and West2013-02-22 13:04
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili believes that if Georgia disappears as a problem in the relations between Russia and the West, then Georgia disappears as a country. According to the Tbilisi Week, president said this at a meeting with the residents of the village of Ksovrisi, Mtskheta district.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As stated by one of the residents, they often hear the sound of heavy military equipment 4-5 kilometers from Ksovrisi, where the Russian troops are deployed; and people are all the time afraid that they will attack.
"In no case we should not allow weakening of international pressure. If we do not say that we are occupied, if our problem is not fixed in negotiations between the major powers, then, of course, they do not leave ... The only chance is continued pressure from foreign countries. Now they are introducing a new concept, that Georgia should disappear as a problem in the relationship between the West and Russia", Saakashvili said.
Meanwhile, yesterday representatives of the "United National Movement" stated that on April 19, at Rustaveli Avenueagainst, they were planning to hold a protest against the "nebulous position" of the government on foreign policy issues, the Caucasus Online reported.
"I would like to invite all the patriots of Georgia, regardless of his party membership to show the current authorities that in Georgia there are so many patriots, who cares about our future and the future of our children", said General Secretary of "United National Movement" Vano Merabishvili.