Is he indeed pro-Russian? This is the major question everyone wants to answer – both Moscow and Washington.
He's up to reunite the country. The way to it lies through the Customs Union. I have written about the fact that the point is not in the taxes and customs just after the establishment of the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.
Photo – Vladimir Putin during his recent visit to Khakassia
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Due to trade expansion between China and Russia, Bank of China has come out in favour of increasing the volume of ruble and yuan transactions in mutual settlements to reduce currency risk. Recently, Sportmaster has become the first Russian company to announce its plans to use the national currency in its dealings with Chinese suppliers. (Link to Russian source)
The Moor has done his duty, let him go down the drain. The US is again manipulating the citizens of Georgia. The time for substitution in "Washington" playing team is coming.
The name of a future Georgian president is easily predictable though presidential elections haven't been held yet. It's Nino Burjanadze, former Saakashvili's ally and then his "sudden" opponent. All that is called a political circus. Politics has dramaturgy of its own. How can one keep the country under control if it's lost the war and isn't flourishing? To keep it he just needs to change his puppets, to blow off steam and substitute his "bad" puppet for his "good" one. The main thing is not to let Russia into the Georgian "playing field".
“The civilized world» breakdown, which is so much spoken about by our liberals, is accelerating and getting more and more distinct forms. The process goes in a civilized way, like a divorce in an aristocratic family. But it doesn't change the matter. The world is coming back to a situation … of 1914.
Photo – stateaidscotland.gov.uk