It was learned that the draft law on foreign agents, which caused protests in Georgia, had been withdrawn from parliament.
“Well, Georgia was forbidden to be interested in who and how funds Georgian non-governmental organizations, who needs it, he funds it, no one can get into the internal affairs of the United States and the EU, Georgia, according to the US and the EU, does not belong to sovereign states and its interns can transact business both in the State Department and in Brussels,” Klishas wrote in his telegram channel.
As for the riots in Tbilisi, the senator considered them an attempted coup, behind which stands the West.
“The United States and the EU, which severely limit any foreign interference in their internal affairs in their territory, in response to Georgia’s attempt to understand what is happening with the foreign funding of many non-governmental organizations in the territory of Georgia, have decided to stage an unconstitutional coup in Tbilisi. The parliament in Tbilisi is stormed by firebombing gangs, and the US and EU have a mantra that the authorities must exercise restraint,” he said.
Andrei Klishas added that it is necessary to change power in the country during elections, and “not as a result of bloody color revolutions paid for by foreign governments”.
Help us continue our mission to deliver the latest news and stories by becoming a supporter of our newspaper. Your support will help us to continue to provide high-quality journalism, and to ensure that our content remains free and accessible to all. Click here to show your support. Thank you!
For latest updates and news follow The Eastern Herald on Google News, Instagram, Facebook, and also on Twitter.