Statements like the one made by Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, saying that President Saakashvili was “persona non grata” for Russia, are becoming “boring,” the Georgian president’s spokesperson, said on February 17.
Medvedev reiterated on February 17 at a joint news conference with Abkhaz leader, Sergey Bagapsh, in Moscow that he would have no ties with the Georgian President.
“As usually, monotonous statements are heard from Russia, which is becoming tiresome and boring. And it is also boring to make same comments on the same statements all the time. Russian leaders, however, do not seem to be tired of making such statements,” Manana Manjgaladze, Georgian president’s spokesperson, said.
She said that this kind of statements was made by a leader of the country, which “committed ethnic cleansing and expelled 500,000 people from their homes… and building illegal military bases on the territory of other country.”