Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s statement that the August war stopped NATO’s expansion is “yet another confirmation about who and why started the war” three years ago, Georgian President’s spokesperson said on Tuesday.
“The reasons of the military aggression against Georgia were once again stated in a cynical way – yet another sign [showing] the international community what aggressive goals Russia was guided by in respect of not only Georgia, but of other neighbors too,” spokesperson Manana Manjgaladze said.
“Yet another mockery of international law, international norms and rules is behind this aggressive rhetoric. Regrettably this is a real face of the regime, which currently rules Russia. This is yet another confirmation of what we and the entire international community knew about who started the 2008 August war and why,” she added.