According to Newsweek, after coming to power of the pro-Russian leadership in Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan, the Kremlin became more active in hostile activities against Georgia and Belarus.
As a Russian state duma deputy, Sergei Markov, said to the magazine, the Kremlin is preparing a second "Bishkek" for Mikhail Saakashvili.
According to the magazine, Kremlin invited Georgian opposition leaders, including the former prime minister Zurab Nogaideli and the former Georgian ambassador to the UN Irakli Alasania, to Moscow for talks on how to topple the current Georgian leadership.
According to the magazine, an attempt to overthrow the Saakashvili's government might begin as early as May 30th when elections are held for the mayor of Tbilisi.
As for Belarus, according to the Newsweek, Kremlin will try to replace Alexander Lukashenko with a opposition leader, Andrei Sannikov, who is, ...