Burjanadze: Saakashvili ordered to bomb Tskhinval August 7

Ex-Speaker of Parliament, the leader of the opposition "Democratic Movement" One Georgia "Nino Burjanadze said on Thursday that August 7th, 2008 in a telephone conversation with the President Mikheil Saakashvili said that" gave the order to bomb Tskhinvali, transmits the correspondent of the newspaper in Tbilisi VIEW.

"I warned him about the catastrophic consequences", - said in an interview with the Tbilisi Burdzhanadze newspaper "all news". According to her, Saakashvili had hoped to one day take Tskhinval.

It said Nino Burjanadze, Saakashvili did not adequately deal with Russia, "and surrounded by the Georgian leader, he gave" unwarranted advice.

"The President urged that Russia will not intervene in the conflict, as if to intervene, it will fail," - said ex-Speaker.

"Our authorities have been assured that the defeat of the Russian army," - said Burjanadze.

6 August 2009 | attack, august, burdjanadze, georgia, sakashvili

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