Today, in Brussels takes place Extraordinary European Council, convened by the French presidency of the European Union, at the request of member countries, headed by Great Britain, Poland and the Baltic countries, dedicated to examining board relations with Russia, in light of the conflict in Georgia. Also today, is expected appearance in “Der Spiegel” a incendiary material. More specifically, journalists from the prestigious german newspaper claim that they entered (unofficially) in possession of reports of the OSCE which incriminates Georgia. And which supporting the words of Moscow.
In these circumstances (if the information is true), European leaders will have to find some answers to:
-Why this information have never been made public?
-Who used to hide those reports?
-Who is guilty of this?
–What credit may have OSCE mission in Ossetia?
-Why Moscow (if knew … I thinking than knew) not put these reports on the mass of European leaders?
Otherwise (in conditions that will not deprive speculation about friendship between Russia and Germany):
-Who has the interest to discredit the OSCE?
-Who would use?
In brackets are told, European leaders now have a serious topic for discussion. The one on the agenda is just to have where to go and where to come, because it is foreseeable that there will be no serious decision in this regard.