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‘Georgian Leader should be held Responsible’ – Medvedev

Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, reiterated on November 18 that the Kremlin “will not have any contacts with the current regime” in Tbilisi.

“We consider their [the Georgian authorities] actions [in August] as criminal. We believe that they and personally the leader of this state should be held responsibility for that,” Medvedev said.

He also reiterated that Moscow would continue providing assistance to Abkhazia and South Ossetia, including the military one, which, Medvedev said, would involve establishing Russian military bases in those two regions.

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