Georgian state minister expects provocation from Russia, not war
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jul.13 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Russia is preparing for war from the military point of view, but it seems hardly probable from the political aspect, Georgian State Minister on reintegration Temur Yakobashvili said in response to article of Russian Journalist Yuliya Latynina's
Russia will have to pay a high price for war, Yakobashvili said.
It is important for us that not only Georgia, but world speaks about war. I believe, war would hardly be possible should there are similar talks last year, Yakobashvili added.
Russia will make provocations and attempts to draw Georgia into any military provocation, but we won't fall into this, Yakobashvili said.
During U.S. President's Barak Obama's visit to Moscow the most important issue was tackled: will Russia break out war against Georgia, Latynina wrote. Latynina thinks the Kremlin will decide as soon it studies the possible PR- results of this war.
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