• 2008-11-05
  • By Mart Laar
Europe really has a very short memory. After the Russian aggression against Georgia on Aug. 8, 2008, European leaders stood up and promised to make it absolutely clear to Russia that such behavior could not be tolerated in Europe. To demonstrate that they were serious with this message, Europe decided to cancel 's or postpone as it was officially said 's the negotiations with Moscow on a new "Partnership and Cooperation Agreement."Europe insisted that Russia must obey a six-point ceasefire deal, which ended the Georgian war on Aug. 12, before any talks on the partnership agreement could...
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