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Russia condemns violence in Tbilisi

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posted on May, 26 2011 @ 03:53 PM
Russia is watching this very closely. I think if it gets out of control they will help out the protesters. Its a good way of getting ahold of the country. That will piss the west off.

Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said on Thursday outside forces seeking revenge were behind protests in Tbilisi and the attempted disruption of an Independence Day parade.

"These events were an attempt to bring about a scenario written outside Georgia," Saakashvili said, addressing participants and guests at the beginning of the military parade hours after two people were killed and some 40 injured in clashes between police and opposition forces in the Georgian capital.

posted on May, 26 2011 @ 06:22 PM
reply to post by aarys

Russia is watching.. or Russia is coordinating?

We'd be fools if we said the US/West intelligence agencies were not behind the social media inspired uprisings throughout the ME .. I say we'd be fools to assume Russia is not behind this movement as well.

posted on Jul, 24 2011 @ 06:48 AM
Who is zoomin who?

Russian agent linked to U.S. Embassy blast

By Eli Lake-The Washington Times8:42 p.m., Thursday, July 21, 2011

Shota Utiashvili, the most senior official in charge of intelligence analysis for the ministry, said in an interview with The Washington Times that the recent spate of bombings and attempted bombings - including what he said was a blast targeting the U.S. Embassy - was the work of Russian GRU officer Maj. Yevgeny Borisov.

A Georgian court has charged Maj. Borisov, who is based in the Russian-occupied province of Abkhazia, with being the mastermind behind a spate of 12 bombings and attempted bombings throughout the country in the past year. These attempts include the detonation of a military-grade explosive about 100 yards from the U.S. Embassy in Tblisi on Sept. 22. No deaths or injuries were reported.

“These are extraordinarily specific and detailed allegations delivered by the government of Georgia,” said Sen. Mark Kirk, Illinois Republican. “On the basis of this report, the Congress should examine these allegations of a Russian-sponsored attack on a U.S. Embassy and its personnel.

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