Foreign Media about Georgia
Russian government planning to accommodate some of the sufferers of the conflagration in Abkhazia
August 20, 2010
The Russian government is planning to accommodate some of the sufferers of conflagration in Abkhazia. This was reported to “Interpressnews” by IDPs from Abkhazia now living in Yaroslav and Nizhny Novgorod of Russian Federation. According to their allegations, the sufferers of conflagration from these regions are promised to be definitely accommodated in Abkhazia by government.
EU 'Concerned' over S-300 Missiles in Abkhazia
August 17, 2010
Deployment of S-300 Air-Defense Systems in Abkhazia to Endanger Stability – John Bass
August 12, 2010
Rocket-Powered Devices in Abkhazia – the Peak of Kremlin’s Impudence
August 12, 2010
Russia deployed C-300 anti-air defense systems in the territory of Abkhazia, reports news agency Itar-Tass. According to the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force, Alexander Zelin, the anti-air defense army units were deployed in so-called South Ossetia. The US State Department representative stated that he already knew about the C-300 system deployment in Russia two years ago.
“Let’s go to the reserve, it’s cool!” Phrase will conclude with Georgians used as target practice.
August 4, 2010
We all remember a commercial shown by numerous national television channels before the 2008 August war in which a tank violating traffic rules outruns a car. The young driver of the car is fascinated by the capabilities of the tank. Another young person climbs out of the tank and calls to him with a shout, “Come to the reserve, it’s cool!” In the two years following the August war, new militarist video clips are expected. The government is currently amending the laws concerning reserve service and the calls for militarism have increased in President Saakashvili’s speeches.
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