Signature to support GeorgiaSunday, August 10, 2008 at 20:57 | Posted in internet, russia | 17 Comments
Tags: georgia, war
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I do usually not sign web petitions. There has to be a very good reason if I am going to make an exception. In a moment ago I made an exception of my general policy and signed a web petition to support Georgia. The petition reads as follows:
To: U.S. Congres, European Parliament, United Nations
The hereby signers, are making a statement to express our support to the Republic of Georgia, currently being attacked by the Russian Federation, we are making a call to the European Union, the United States of America, and all peoples and nations of the world to repulse the current aggressions being performed by the Russian military lead by president Dmitry Medvedev and prime minister Vladimir Putin; our plead is to call the nations of the world and all International Organizations, to demand an immediate ceasefire and the removal of Russian troops off Georgian territories; we also call the Russian people to reject the hostilities and urge their government to return to peace.
via Marko Mihkelson, MP in Estonia