Wall Street Journal: We do not apologize to Saakashvili

The American newspaper The Wall Street Journal did not apologize to President Mikhail Saakashvili of Georgia in connection with the publication of an article on his speech, since such requests to the editorial staff have been reported.
This was reported by the official representative of Dow Jones, which owns the newspaper, Kate Dobbin. According to her, today, July 21, electronic version of The Wall Street Journal published the corrected version of the phrase about the destruction of the President of Georgia hopes to join NATO.
As the "correspondent" with reference to RIA "Novosti" According to Dobbin, on Wednesday, July 22, explanations will be published in the print edition. However, no apology to Mikhail Saakashvili, the newspaper did not bring.
Previously, we remind, Saakashvili said that the American newspaper has apologized to him.
Note the adjustments made to the text of the article, not much change the meaning of utterances Saakashvili against NATO. In the revised edition online version of this article at wsj.com scandalous paragraph looks like this: "Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said his country hopes to join NATO" almost dead. This is tragic. If they succeed in killing NATO (Georgia hopes to join the alliance - Clarification WSJ), which means that the Russian were fighting for just cause. "
Initially controversial piece read: "He also mentioned hope for the accession of Georgia to NATO is" almost dead "." This is tragic, "- he said." This means that the Russian were fighting for just cause. "
At the end of the material in its new wording states that "in the original version of the article was published abridged quotation, which is not conveyed the full context of remarks by Mikhail Saakashvili." The newspaper reported that "the citation was corrected."
Recall, 20 July, The Wall Street Journal published excerpts from an interview with Mikhail Saakashvili, in which he allegedly said that his country hopes to join NATO was "practically dead".

21 July 2009 | saakashvili, wall street journal

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