Georgia, Tbilisi, June 16/ Trend , N.Kirtskhalia / President of Georgia assessed "very good" the activity of the Georgian mission to the UNO. "A month ago, our position was very weak, since the UN Secretary General gave a way to blackmail by Russia, and at that time the danger that concessions will be made at the expense of our territorial integrity was real," he said.
Saakashvili said that only by strengthening the work in the UN Security Council it was possible to ensure that Russia remained alone and was forced to use the right of veto. "In my opinion, thus Russia weakened its position in international law and its legal position became tenuous, this is my analysis," said the President of Georgia.
His position was shared by the ambassador of Georgia to the UN Alexander Lomaia who was connected to the meeting of the Security Council of Georgia from New York on direct ether. "We were supported by all countries except Russia, which could not put a veto on the resolution prepared by our friends," said Lomaia.
Saakashvili said that, of course, the leverage of international pressure on Russia weakened, "now Russia is clearly the aggressor, and it became clear after yesterday's meeting of the UN Security Council," he said.
Meanwhile, the President warned that it needs to be careful and be ready for anything. "No occupier in the 20th century was able to retain the occupied territories, and I think the same will be in the 21st century," he said and thanked Turkey, which led yesterday's meeting, protecting justice.
The President of Georgia responded to the fact that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that he would provide full support for Abkhazia and South Ossetia. "Moreover, he stated that he expects from Georgia the forces which recognize separatists in Georgia. I think that they are looking for such people, and every citizen of our country must think on this statement, because their goal is to destroy our state" said Saakashvili.
"We face with open aggressor, who usurped power in the occupied territories. There is no separatist power in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and now we are face to face with the occupier and aggressor," said Saakashvili.
He expressed confidence that "small Georgia would be able to insist on its right in front of great Russia, since there are great people supporting us."