Georgia secedes from CIS and suggests that other countries should do it

The Georgian President Mihail Saakashvili has promised that Georgia will secede from the CIS at a crowded meeting in the centre of Tbilisi.
Moreover, he has suggested that the other countries should also do it. He explained his decision by the fact that Russia was ruling the commonwealth, reports “RIA Novosti”.

The Georgian President has also promised “to give aggressors no quarter”.  Saakashvili has claimed that the Georgian authorities have decided to announce Russian troops in Abkhazia and South Ossetia occupation troops.

Georgia claims that Russian air forces are attacking inhabited localities in Georgia. Russia refutes the information and stresses that it is bombing strategic objects that may be used to attack South Ossetia.