Georgia: Putin uses our diaspora for own interests
Vladimir Putin, the PM of Russia, has a new strategic plan in regard to Georgia, said Papuna Davitaya, the State Minister for Diaspora Issues, at the briefing - Interpressnews.
The State Minister said Putin "plans to implement own malicious intents with the help of Georgian diaspora".
"Alexander Ebralidze, the businessman with criminal past, residing in St.Petersburg, and his International Congress of Nations of Georgia intend to summon Georgian diasporas on April 22nd-23rd with the aim to oppose them to the authorities of Georgia," the State Minister said and added they "spare no means to reach the aim."
He added Russian special services intend to make it all look as if there exist forces, confronting Georgian authorities. "To these forces I claim that 99 per cent in diasporas are patriots of Georgia," he said and expressed confidence they are aware "in what dirty game Russia is going to use them."
According to his data, 99 per cent of invited do not intend to participate in the event. Davitaya added the place of consolidation of Georgians is Georgia, not Russia.