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Saakashvili has been too talkative relating "multilateral integration" of Georgia and Azerbaijan but in real life he has playing some tricky game with Baku imho.
He’s actually busy stuffing his own pockets at our expense and I’m dead sure there’s deliberate effort on his part to undermine Baku’s relationship with the vital partners, say Turkey. I mean mainly transit of hydrocarbon resources from Azerbaijan via Georgia into Turkey.
Turkish companies have been claiming recently they get less natural gas monthly than it had been actually agreed with Baku! They are highly suspicious of Baku. But in fact that’s been wholly Georgia to blame! That’s mere theft involving the top Georgian officials! Though they always refer to some "objective problems" such as repair works on the baku-tbilisi-erzurum pipeline’s facilities and sort of things.... I think we started calling things their true names.
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Saakashvili said the relationship between Azerbaijan and Georgia is a symbol of brotherhood rather than merely friendship. He commented about how in January 2008, when Georgia was left without electricity or gas, Azerbaijan reduced energy supplies to its own citizens in order to assist it in that difficult situation.
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