It seems that Georgians and especially current Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia Giorgi Bokeria consider Russians total bone-heads. Otherwise why are they repeating again and again about their independent status and their military cooperation with USA which doesn't concern Moscow? I think for more than twenty years Moscow has accustomed that Georgia is a sovereign country. Even here on the border with South Ossetia we've nearly accustomed to that. And such announcements of the Secretary of our National Security Council are rather alarming. We've got galling experience of 1992, and 2008 when after such repeats most terrible bloodshed began. We already had a hell of a time. And now another one is ripening. Georgia is at the cusp of new war. They are pulling in troops here. The world is listening with half an ear to Georgian blether. And on the Georgian borders with autonomies we are preparing to new worst disaster.