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Medvedev Told Bush How It Will Be In Georgia!

Medvedev Explains the South Ossetian Situation to the U.S.

The only way out of the crisis created by Georgian leaders is the withdrawal of Georgian armed forces from the conflict zone, the return to the road toward a peace settlement and, most importantly, the signing of a legally binding agreement on the nonuse of force. That was the opinion expressed by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in a telephone conversation with U.S. President George W. Bush. The call was initiated by the American side.

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