Kadyrov spoke about the influence of "anti-Russian politicians" in Georgia
The head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, in his Telegram channel, commented on the internal political situation in Georgia.
“I am following the events in Georgia with great concern. I want to remind that from Grozny to Tbilisi only 200 km ... Our peoples are connected by centuries-old bonds of friendship and unity, ”he wrote.
Kadyrov noted that in recent years, “politicians nurtured in the US and in the West” have appeared in Tbilisi, the main task of which, according to the head of Chechnya, is to turn “Georgia and Russia into the worst enemies”.
“The events of recent days show that in Georgia there is still a strong influence of anti-Russian politicians ... The Georgian authorities did not provide security and the possibility of normal work for the State Duma deputies. The forces warmed up by the West organized unrest in Tbilisi. ” - added Kadyrov.
In conclusion, he expressed the hope that soon the “healthy forces of Georgian society” could become “masters of their fatherland”.
Earlier, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin also assessed the events taking place in Georgia, noting that last year 2 million Russian tourists visited the country.
According to him, this brought Tbilisi more than $ 3.5 billion, which is about 10% of the country's GDP.