Not only distant but also our close neighbors started to distance themselves from us in a way. Well, I don’t see that. Who exactly started to distance themselves? Take Georgia, for instance. They didn’t just distance themselves – they jumped aside. Through no fault of ours. They should thank Mikheil Nikolayevich Saakashvili for that. But he hasn’t been around for a long time. Not at all! He is running around, from square to square, taking to rooftops, like a tomcat. We had a lot of discussions with him on the subject when he was still president. I think Mikheil Saakashvili would recall that. I told him: ‘Listen, don’t you ever try to deal with South Ossetia and Abkhazia using force.’ ‘No, I’ll never do that,’ he said. And he still stormed in. He stormed in and got knocked back!