The policy pursued by Mikhail Saakashvili bore it's "fruits"

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    The policy pursued by Mikhail Saakashvili bore it's "fruits". Centrifugal aspirations have already appeared not only in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. At the moment, information about the tendency of Kistini, Kvemo Kartli and Javakheti (Georgian areas populated by Chechens, Azerbaijanis and Armenians - Ed.) to attain autonomy was confirmed.
    And if in the Kvemo-Kartli and Javakheti such aspirations are constrained by official Baku and Yerevan, in Kistini expatriate Chechens warmed by Saakashvili don't recognize any authorities.
    Chechen communities in many countries are already actively collecting money to help the future autonomy. In Kistini itself national forces are being created.
     
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    Armenians, Azerbaijanis and Chechens do not constitute a threat to Georgia's integrity.
    Georgia is a buffer State in the Caucasus, no one wants it to break apart.
    As for the Abkhazia and South-Ossetia issue, the conflict was fueled by Sakaashvilli. The military response of Russia was not appropriate, but Sakaashvilli got a little bit too ambitious and detached from the realities on ground there.
     

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