Thursday, August 14, 2008

Poland, the Ukraine and Baltics to Help Georgia?


Poland and the Ukraine know that Putin will come for them next if they do not fight together NOW.

"We came to fight because a northern neighbor wants to suppress a small country. We want to tell it 'No!'," Polish President Lech Kaczynski said.

"This country thinks that old times will come back, but those times are over. Everyone knows that Ukraine, then Poland could be next," Kaczynski said.

The presidents of Ukraine and the three post-Soviet Baltic countries - Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia - were also on the podium with Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili.

Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko told the crowd in Tbilisi that his country will support Georgia in its battle for independence.

"If they put under question democracy and independence in Georgia, then they can undermine democracy and independence in other states," he said.

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