NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen has personally invited Georgian president to Prague, on 58th session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, where Mikheil Saakashvili will be among major speakers. Information on this is reported by the president’s administration.
“Maybe he has been guided to understand that he needs to be a politician now, he cannot just be a thug,” Mr. Emborg said. “It’s not a fistfight that you’ve won, it’s an election. There are 50 percent of the population that did not vote for you. Somebody told him: ‘Look, this is not the way the victor behaves. This comes across as a very small person.’ ”
“We have started working on a document on the nonuse of force and if it is properly implemented, Russia will take responsibility of withdrawing troops from Georgian territories”, - the deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze said.
Georgia has moved to the category of states, in which “nothing is finished yet”. Such an opinion was expressed by the military analyst, journalist Alexander Gots at the Moscow polit-club session named – “New Georgia – Russia’s economic partner or the enemy”.
“Therefore the elections have not been finished yet, and secondly… the elections, itself, does not creat democracy”, - he noted, however added that the events that are carried out in Georgia is a good model of government transition.
The Geneva talks will be attended by the “Georgian dream” candidate for the reintegration Minister, Paata Zakareishvili and another member of the coalition, conflicts scientist Giorgi Volski. They have already left for Switzerland.