In an interview with Russian radio station "Echo of Moscow" Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili spoke about the relationship between Moscow and current leaders of former Soviet republics.
"The fact is that now, as I understand it, I was accused that I'm deranged, since 2004, when I did not like someone in Moscow. Now in the same accused Lukashenko. (…) In the queue there Moldova — obviously from the point of view of Russia completely mentally abnormal people have come to power. but we also know that Andrei Sakharov and many times tested for psychiatric evaluation. Anyway, anyone who has people from the FSB, the KGB are not satisfied, they are all crazy. And at all need to be abnormal, to love their country, to want her independence, want it to be in normal relations with its neighbors, want to see it whole. Of course, the kind of person who wants it, especially if the leader this country, it is, of course, is mentally abnormal, it is dangerous. (…) Well, I think it would be funny if it were not so sad. And it's sad from the fact that all that I tell, this is the official doctrine of the largest countries in the world. And, of course, it does not bode well, first of all, the residents of this state. "