In a speech, seen in this video, the Georgian president says "it's time to move from words to action because this is not going to go away. This nation is fighting for it's survival, but we are also fighting for world peace and we are also fighting for a future World Order."
The speech is an appeal by the Georgian president to the Western nations.
I am wondering if he is dissapointed by the Western nations and leaders as he says it's time to "move from words to action."
So far the West is only calling for peace. I think the escalation of conflict around Southern Ossetia would speed up the Poland's proposal to develop closer ties with the Eastern European nations such as Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.