An analyst from the Heritage Foundation, Luke Coffey, voiced the idea of the Armenian lobby in the US, to bring Syrian Armenians to Georgia and to settle them under the protection of the US military base in Samtskhe-Javakheti. If the US military base opens in Akhalkalaki, it will be followed by support “civilian personnel” of Armenian nationality.
First, Greece recognised Ukraine’s [church] and now Greece has started talks about Tskhinvali, as if it is an independent diocese and has to be subordinated under the Greek church.
The claim that the Greek church is going to recognize Tskhinvali church [in a breakaway Georgian territory] as an independent eparchy is a conspiracy theory and has no proof.
The disinformation narrative was disseminated after the recognition of the Ukrainian church, alleging that Constantinople would recognize the independence of the churches of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
In fact, Patriarchate of Constantinople recognizes the boundaries of the Georgian Church in accordance with the territory of the Republic of Georgia as of 1990, which includes Abkhazia and Tskhinvali regions, too. The Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, publicly supported the given borders in 2017.