President of Georgia Eduard Shevardnadze is going to make a phone call toRussian President Vladimir Putin today to settle the relations between thetwo countries, the NTV television broadcasts. In addition, the Security Council of Georgia will hold a session today inview of yesterday's announcement made by Putin that Russia may startbombing terrorist base stations in Georgia. Shevardnadze arranged a pressconference and declared this situation serious late yesterday. But hestressed that Putin's words didn't mean that Russia declared war toGeorgia.On Wednesday, Putin commissioned the General Staff of the RussianFederation to work out a plan for bombing terrorist base stations inGeorgia in case if Tbilisi fails to avoid terrorists penetrating to Russiafrom the Pankisi Gorge. People, who were involved in the September 11terrorist acts in the USA and blasts in Russian apartment buildings arehiding there, Russia thinks. .
The combat version of the Russian robotic vehicle Marker will be able to automatically detect and destroy enemy equipment