Bush said the United States could not accept Russia’s “invasion” of Georgia
Russian air defense forces into Abkhazia near ready for battle
China Daily AP: U.S. President George W. Bush on August 11 at the White House said in a statement that Russia had “invaded a sovereign neighboring country.” Bush returned to Washington from Beijing, it will be conflict in South Ossetia as a top priority.
According to U.S. media reports, Bush said in a brief statement: “Such behavior (invasion of Georgia) in the 21st century is unacceptable.” Bush probably forgot he had ordered in 2003 “invasion “another sovereign country of Iraq.
Bush said: “I have been to the Russian troops deployed outside South Ossetia, reports deep concern the news that Russia attacked the Georgian town of Gori and threats to the Georgian capital ratio Aires. “
Bush also said the United States has” evidence that Russian forces may soon begin bombing the civilian airport in Tbilisi, “Russia appears to be trying to overthrow pro-Western Georgian President Sa Kashi Willy. He said: “If these reports are accurate, that Russia’s actions will result in dramatic escalation of the crisis in Georgia.”
Bush had just said that Russia’s actions in Georgia “disproportionate.” With the escalation of the conflict, the United States and its allies demanded that Russia immediately cease-fire and agree to international mediation, peaceful resolution to the current crisis.