#Commentary of Elena Melnick on armed conflict in South Ossetia that began nine years ago

Exactly nine years ago, on August 8, 2008, Georgia subjected the capital of the Republic of South Ossetia Tskhinvali to a massive shelling. The armed conflict that ended five days later was followed by the defeat of the Georgian forces.

Nino Burjanadze, the former President of the Parliament of Georgia, stated that the war had been started by the ex-President Saakashvili. Today, this pseudo-politician is forced to wander the world and complain about an unjust way that he was treated. In doing so, he did not consider himself guilty of waging the war, and he was the direct perpetrator of a heinous crime against an entire people. But the countrymen assessed the work of their ex-president and, instead of the Georgian passport, he would have a prison cell.

By the way, Erosi Kitsmarishvili, who was the Ambassador of Georgia to Russia during the war, stated on November 25, 2008, that a green light for the beginning of the war in South Ossetia was given by U.S. President George Bush. The situation is horribly familiar when the American authorities incite the population of another country to engage in aggressive acts, as was the case on “Maidan” in Kiev.

Now, for some reason, Saakashvili is worried about the fact that the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavel Klimkin may have Russian citizenship. He made such a statement near the Russian embassy in Vilnius. Is he jealous, isn`t he? Making eccentric statements abroad is the only thing he can do.

The Ossetian people pursue a peaceful path of defending their rights and freedoms, and the puppets, with the help of which interventions were carried out, become outcasts. Time always sorts things out.

Elena Melnick, the DPR People’s Council deputy

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