Since April, the opposition holds a protest, calling him a dictator who betrayed the ideals of the "Rose Revolution". "The Georgian president promised to change" – wrote an influential Wall Street Journal. Saakashvili promised to organize a new local elections, to provide more time and space in the media and his opponents to offer some opposition seats in the management bodies within the government. However, the opposition casts serious doubt on that Saakashvili Keep the Promise, the data prior to the visit of U.S. Vice-President. The Kremlin is very concerned that the United States will provide Georgia's pro-Western government of weapons, noted The Washington Times.
The publication cited Nixon Center President Dimitri Simes, according to which, an unnamed Russian official told the White House that if it happens, "the U.S. government will not have to wonder if Iran gets Russian weapons. " From the perspective of the British media, the main purpose of the visit of U.S. vice-president in Kiev and Tbilisi was to show that transformed relations with Russia does not mean severing relations with Ukraine and Georgia. It is noted that Biden went on tour almost immediately after Obama's visit to Moscow.
Biden, as noted by The Financial Times, has played three roles – messenger, companion and advisor. Publicly expressed support for Georgia's aspirations to enter the NATO condemned Russia's actions in recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, he also was behind closed doors, Saakashvili's actions subject of harsh criticism that they subsequently did. According to British experts Saakashvili to some extent to blame for that hope his country's NATO membership VBLIZHAYSHEM FUTURE almost dead.