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Russian policy in Caucasus 'should change'

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Three years after its conflict with Russia, Georgia is stuck in strategic limbo - at odds with Moscow, seemingly unloved in Europe.

Stephen Sackur spoke to Giorgi Targamadze, the leader of the country's biggest opposition party, the Christian Democratic movement.

Mr Targamadze told him that 80% of the problems in the Russia-Georgia relationship comes from Russia, and only 20% from his country.

You can watch the full interview on Thursday 6 October on BBC World News at 03:30 GMT, 08:30 GMT, 15:30 GMT and 20:30 GMT.

And on BBC News Channel on Friday 7 October at 00.30 and 04:30 BST.

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