Georgian Expert: Missile Launched to Georgian Land is ‘Parcel’ for West
Georgia, Tbilisi / Trend corr. N.Kirtskhalia / Alexander Rondeli, the Georgian political scientist, considered that the missile launched from the Russian territory was a 'parcel' for west. " Russia look upon the South Caucasus as its own private main and demonstrates it through uncivilized way," Rondeli said to journalists.
The Georgian Internal Ministry has reported that two Russian aircrafts violated the Georgian airspace on 6 August at 18:30. One of the aircrafts launched missile to Tsitebulani village of Georgia. The launched 700 kilogram missile did not burst. The missile has been neutralized by the Georgian combat engineers.
The chief commander BBC of Russia denied the information about the Russian aircrafts fired bombs near Tbilisi on 6 August. "The Russian aircrafts did not violate the Georgian territory on 6 August," Alexander Dobishevski, the assistant of chief commander of BBC of the Russian Federation has stated to Interfax-AVN.
The expert considers that Russia demonstrates its power. " Moscow attempts to show its power over the Caucasus. Therefore, Russia chooses Georgia as more active guide of westernized policy.
Rondeli did not exclude that the incident was committed as an act of aggression to prevent the meeting of the Presidents, Mikhail Saakashvili and Vladimir Putin scheduled for September.