Disinfo: Georgian authorities had more freedom under Soviet rule than the current [Georgian] authorities have from America


Georgian authorities had more freedom under Soviet rule than the current [Georgian]  authorities have from America. America does not allow these authorities to let Georgian citizens visit Russia without visas.


Georgia is a sovereign country. It's up to Russia, not US, to decide if Georgian citizens need a visa to enter to Russia. georgia.mid.ru/home,


  • Reported in: Issue78
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 29/08/2017
  • Language/target audience: Georgian
  • Country: Russia, US, Georgia
  • Keywords: USSR, Visa liberalisation


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