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Saakashvili speaks of threat from Russia again2013-03-01 13:01
As stated by the Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili on his return from Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan and Georgia are facing a real threat of destabilization, and the threat comes from Russia, the News.am reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to him, Georgia faces a split, and a change of power in accordance with the Georgian script threatens Azerbaijan.
"In Russia, there have been found a certain Sadykov from the Gardabani region of Georgia, who is a billionaire who had promised that he would achieve autonomy for Azerbaijanis in Georgia - the same thing that had been promised by the amnestied Armenian activist Vahagn Chakhalyan, raising the issue of autonomy of the Armenians in Georgia", Saakashvili said adding that Sadykov along with billionaire Vagif Alakbarov were going to arrange a change of power in Azerbaijan through a large amount of money.
Mikheil Saakashvili called on the new government of Georgia to the dialogue, since that are very serious problems that must be addressed together. He said these days he intended to visit Turkey also to discuss the threats existing in the region, the Tbilisi Week reported.
"Over the past nine years, no one has been talking about autonomy; but now this issue dominates, so we must work together to prevent these threats", the president said.