Burjanadze announced Georgia’s offense at Russia

Georgia has a grudge against Russia, and some politicians also want to shift responsibility for all the problems to Moscow. Former speaker of the Georgian parliament Nino Burjanadze told about this in an interview with Kommersant.

“There is resentment towards Russia in Georgia, although there is also a subjective factor, when politicians are trying to shift literally all the problems onto Russia. In the mass consciousness, especially among young people, the image of Russia is extremely negative, ”Burjanadze said.

According to her, this was facilitated by the policy of the National Movement party and its founder, ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, and now the Georgian authorities are striving to adhere to this course.

Nino Burjanadze

Nino Burjanadze

The ex-speaker noted that in order to discredit any politician in Georgia, “one should call him pro-Russian.” According to Burjanadze, this tactic worked for her and many supporters turned away from her. At the same time, she noted that she took this risk, since she believes that Georgia should talk with Russia in order to solve its problems.

The head of Crimea warned Ukraine about the loss of several regions

The head of the Crimea, Sergei Aksenov, believes that the southeastern regions may withdraw from Ukraine. He expressed his opinion on the Vkontakte page, commenting on the procession held in Kiev and other Ukrainian cities in honor of the leader of the Ukrainian nationalist movement Stepan Bandera.

“Crimea didn’t want, could not and didn’t remain a part of Bandera and Russophobic Ukraine,” he wrote. According to Aksenov, “healthy people cannot live in a plague-ridden barrack,” so the loss of a number of other regions by Ukraine is inevitable. The head of Crimea is convinced that Kiev is doing everything possible “so that the process of the disintegration of Ukrainian statehood continues and is irreversible.”

He called the march in honor of Bandera a “Nazi Sabbath” and criticized the participants for failure to comply with security measures related to the coronavirus pandemic.

The rally in honor of the 112th birthday of Bandera was held in Kiev on January 1, according to various media estimates, from 1,000 to 2,000 people took part in it. The police said that no violations were recorded.

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