Expert: Statements on 'Georgian trail' in terrorist acts must be made with reservation
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 30 / Trend E.Tariverdiyeva /
Russian political analyst Mikhail Remizov believes statements on a "Georgian trail" in the acts of terrorism in Moscow must be made with reservation.
"What's bad is that if the statement was made to relieve the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) from direct responsibility," Russian National Strategy Institute Director Remizov told Trend . "In terms of perception, if the neighbors have done something, it is better than if the intelligence agencies overlooked something done by their own citizens."
The FSB has found another trail in the terrorist attacks on the Moscow subway March 29. This time it is a "Georgian trial," Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev was quoted as saying by the Ekho Moskvy radio station.
According to the official, Georgian special services are in contact with militants in the North Caucasus.
"We need to verify this version in relation to the terrorist acts in Moscow," he said. "There is Georgia and its unpredictable leader - Mikheil Saakashvili. Once he started a war. It is possible that he will do os again."
On the morning of March 29, blasts sounded at the Lubyanka and Park Kultury metro stations in Moscow. Based on the most recent figures, 38 people were killed and 64 injured.
According to Remizov, a Web of confusion surrounds the underground militants in the North Caucasus and the interests of many interests foreign players, including Georgia, who do not hide their dislike for the Russian regime. Perhaps the Russian security services are convinced that Georgia is looking to play a role in the big game of the North Caucasus, he said.
"I think that it is incorrect to see Patrushev's statement in the context of Georgia as the organizer of the terrorist attacks," the expert added.
But Moscow is not afraid to spoil its relations with the Georgian leadership, he said, because simply put "you can't spoil what doesn't exist."
"But more importantly it should not to spoil relations with the Georgian people," Remizov said.
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