Georgia tells Russia to stop to looking for enemy in Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, March 30 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Georgian politicians called on Russia to stop constantly looking for an enemy in Georgia.
"The Russian people do not have a greater enemy than their own government," Parliamentary Relations with Compatriots Committee head Nugzar Tsiklauri said.
The comment was made in response to Russian National Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev's statement this week about Georgia's possible involvement in a series of attacks in Moscow.
"These words have nothing to do with the truth," Tsiklauri said, noting the need to respond to such statements.
Georgian experts believe that Russia can resort to new aggression under the pretext of the country's alleged participation in a terrorist act.
"Accusations against Georgia after such attacks have become routine and Russia cannot do without a so-called 'Georgian trail' in any terrorist act, although later versions of events never verify such accusations," expert Soso Tsintsadze said.