Video: NATO Uses Wicked Georgian Dictator To Destabilize South Caucasus. part of Russia's Caucasus War Games

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Source: Eurasianet
Tbilisi : Georgia | almost 2 years ago
Every time Russia comes to play war in the Caucasus, a sense of alert spreads in the neighborhood. And it does not help if the Russians are running around with guns for two separate war...
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NATO Uses Wicked Georgian Dictator To Destabilize South Caucasus.

If there is bad weather in Georgia we have to blame Russia - Georgian PM. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Russia hopes NATO member countries will avoid steps which may encourage Georgia for permissiveness and impunity. The display of NATO's support to the Georgian regime will hardly send a correct message to those who sincerely wish stabilization in the Caucasus, Lavrov told Interfax. Hopefully, NATO countries will draw the right conclusions from last Augusts events. It is necessary to understand that its dangerous to arm Georgia, Lavrov said. Earlier the Head of the centre of military estimates at the Russian Institute for political and military analysis, Anatoly Tsyganok, said it would be better if the training was cancelled. How can it be taken? The Strasburg-Kehl summit where there was much talk about restoring the normal work of the Russia-NATO council has just finished, and the North-Atlantic alliance is holding exercises in Georgia without consulting the Russian side, he said. Caucasian conflict of August 2008 Georgia attacked the breakaway region of South Ossetia on August 8, 2008, killing about 300 local residents and ten Russian peacekeepers stationed there. Initially, South Ossetia said the number of victims was some 1400 people. Russia intervened, repelling the attack and many countries, including NATO members, accused Moscow of using disproportionate force against Georgia. But as more evidence surfaced admitted that Tbilisi played a major part in <b>...</b>
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