“The resignation of the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, Irakli Kobakhidze, is the result of a dirty and disgusting provocation of anti-Russian forces. The authors of this scenario are not in Georgia,” said Leonid Slutskiy
Leonid Eduardoviсh , Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs.
According to him, “the goal of this is to further divide Tbilisi and Moscow. It is advantageous exclusively to those destructive forces in the West that would like to see today Georgia to be more radical, and who do not want to allow the restoration of Russian-Georgian relations.”
“The situation with the attack on the Russian delegation and the President of the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy (IAO), Sergei Gavrilov
Sergei Anatolieviсh , during its 26th session in Tbilisi, which preceded mass riots, is also outrageous,” the parliamentarian said.
He reminded that during the provocation Irakli Kobakhidze “was in Baku, he could not influence the course of events. It is possible that if he was in place, he would have deterred radicals.”
“The moment was chosen correctly, all subsequent events were staged from the outside. Unfortunately, the sound minds of Georgian politics could not resist all of this,” Leonid Slutskiy said.