Bryza tells transatlantic society sends a message to Putin forgiving him for invasion to Georgia
 Tbilisi 14:05 - 08.08.16 «GHN»
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The outcome of the August war of 2008, in a long time perspective would be negative for Georgia, as far as the transatlantic society sent a message to Putin forgiving him the invasion to Georgia in August 2008. Matthew James Bryza, a former United States diplomat tells this for Russian service of the Voice of America VOA.

The diplomat believes that, the lack of the proper reaction from USA and his European allays to the Putin's actions invoked his militaristic invasion into Ukraine. This  an outcome of the Russian-Georgian war is, in fact. Together with the inadequate reaction from the West Russia's militaristic fortification was incited by the Georgia's military response to Russia's invasion. The West did not respond appropriately and at the same time Georgia reacted with a military force, this cased Russia's strengthening at the August war. The West was not strong enough in its estimations this gives Russia free hands to actions. "The Russian Army has had a serious loss thanks to the Georgian Army's strong military response, this makes Putin to think about a systematic reform of the Russian Army and increase of the armament, " - Bryza tells.



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