Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Dmitry Medvedev – Russia is not afraid of internal separatism, unless its boundaries are altered from outside

Internal separatism isn’t dangerous for Russia unless its boundaries are altered from outside the country, Russian Federation President Dmitry Medvedev has stated in an interview with EuroNews.

Medvedev is sure that Russia will be able to explain its position on the Georgian-Ossetian conflict to its European partners. According to Medvedev, the EU’s decision shows that Russia’s actions were not clearly understood by EU members. “Of course we are concerned about this, but we think we can explain our position. What we did had only good intentions,” the Russian President stressed.

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