Georgia’s President Saakashvili makes his case to the American Public

August 15, 2008, as of this morning no signs of Russian troop withdrawals from Georgia.
Russia threatens to nuke Poland
Read: Poland risks nuke attack: Russian general

Russia ‘will abide by ceasefire
Also listen to an essay which examines Saakashvili’s political mistake.

Moscow’s troops continue to operate deep inside the Caucasus republic
US officials say Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has pledged that Moscow will “faithfully” implement a ceasefire agreement signed by Georgia.

Russia has not yet signed the document, but Mr Lavrov is said to have given the assurance following a phone call from US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

Ms Rice has demanded Russia withdraw its forces at once from their current positions deep in Georgian territory.

Russia says its soldiers are working to protect civilians from Georgian troops.
In principle, the ceasefire agreement should lead to international talks to resolve the status of the breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Refugees from Georgian villages in South Ossetia drive to Tbilisi.

But the Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has vowed his country will never accept any loss of its territory.

Read more here.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visits a patient at a hospital in Tbilisi after talks with Georgia’s President Mikheil Saakashvili August 15, 2008.

Also read this very interesting-in depth perspective from Divining The News, Thank you Morris.


One Response to “Georgia’s President Saakashvili makes his case to the American Public”

  1. TEL AVI, WASTIONTON, LONDON have no right to make Georgia a new Israel zionist state.

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