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Bakradze Warns Russia May Try to Incite Chaos in Georgia
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 27 Feb.'09 / 19:13

Parliamentary Chairman, Davit Bakradze, said on February 27, that resumption of large-scale military hostilities was not likely, but warned that Russia might try to incite chaos within Georgia to achieve its goal.

“Russia’s indirect involvement in the country’s internal politics and inciting internal political instability is more dangerous than direct military aggression, because eventually the instability and chaos can be more effective rather than tanks for replacing the authorities,” he told a group of students at a meeting in the Tbilisi-based Caucasus School of Business.

“Such problems are not settled by tanks and by the war; in that case [of conventional warfare] it will be needed to bring the deed to its end and to fulfill what the Russia’s Prime Minister [Vladimir Putin] promised to French President [Nicolas Sarkozy] he would do – to hung up the Georgian President,” Bakradze added.

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