According to him, the agenda of Georgia’s admission to the EU is being promoted by the President of the Republic, Salome Zurabishvili.

“And the population is already feeling the fruits of restoring normal good neighborly relations with Russia,” RIA Novosti quotes Dudchak as saying.

The political scientist emphasized that the requirements of the European Union could negatively affect the Georgian economy.

Dudchak did not rule out that the opposition could organize protests in October against the backdrop of parliamentary elections.

Earlier, the head of the Ministry of Finance, Lasha Khutsishvili, said that the Georgian authorities had not found a single case of violation of anti-Russian sanctions.