One year after the Georgian aggression
by Sergue´ V. Lavrov *
One year ago, the Saakashvili regime - supervised and armed by the United States, the United Kingom and Israel - bombarded South Ossetia. To protect its nationals, Russia intervened, destroyed the Israeli military bases and penetrated Georgian territory. Counfounded by the efficiency of a Russian army believed to be obsolete, Washington detailed Nicolas Sarkozy to negotiate a cease-fire with Dmitry Medvedev. Today, Sergey Lavrov is still convinced that the observance of the Medvedev-Sarkozy plan is the only guarantee of achieving peace in the Transcaucasian region.
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One year after the Georgian aggression [Voltaire]