Courtesy Josh SN, I certainly hope so.Â Iran’s state paper:
International concerns mounted as Russia bombed a key Georgian port and the Georgian city of Gori.
The European Union and NATO have called for a halt to hostilities and the UN Security Council was to meet again Saturday seeking agreement on a call for an immediate ceasefire after talks failed Friday.
EU foreign policy chief Solana was to speak with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko as part of efforts to resolve the conflict, an official said.
Condemnation was particularly strong from among a group of former Soviet satellite states, most whom are now EU members and who number among pro-western Georgia’s allies.
Following talks between the presidents of Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and Ukraine, Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Minister Petras Vaitiekunas is in Georgia on a fact-finding mission.
I earlier wrote that I would gladly give Iran nuclear weapons to turn it away from Russia.Â Hopefully Bush will make the same choice.